Malwarebytes bought Zerovulnerabilitylabs

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  1. kupo

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    -http://www.zerovulnerabilitylabs.com/

     
  2. lordraiden

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    Bad news for us since Zerovulnerabilitylabs was free, and I guess now will be included in the Paid version of malwarebytes together with their real time scanner.
     
  3. kupo

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    I think it will also be available as a stand alone product and called Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit as specified in the link.
    But still I asked in their forums what is their plan regarding this.
     
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    Looks like this:
     

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    Well, icon looks better for starters :cool:

    Thank you Malware Bytes, very sympatico to enable all protections :thumb:

    Grab it while you can, offered for a limited time according to the posted press release :D

     

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  6. ZeroVulnLabs

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    Not an error, it's on purpose. The new Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit version 0.9.2 is the complete version, what was previously known as ExploitShield Corporate Edition.

    In the next release in a few days we'll activate the "Shield" and "Un-Shield" buttons also.
     
  7. kupo

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    Hello, will this be incorporated to Malwarebytes Anti-Malware or remain as a standalone version, or both?
     
  8. ZeroVulnLabs

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    The idea for now is to remain stand-alone.
     
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    Well such a generous gesture should be rewarded with a social buzz, I will post it on the forums I am active

    ;) @ForumMembers lets join forces for a trending topic for malware bytes ;)
     
  10. lordraiden

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    It will be free after beta?
     
  11. kupo

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    Thanks for the answer!
     
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    The most important question :thumb: :D
     
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    Currently running 0.9.1 beta. Do I have uninstall this first, before installing the Malwarebytes version?
     
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    With that transition now complete this new application is certainly to be followed with great interest.
     
  16. J_L

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    Interesting, I'll try it out with EMET 4.0
     
  17. Windows_Security

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    Works fine wit EMET4 on win7 ultimate 32bits :thumb: Works flawlessly until now.
     
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  18. Tyrizian

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    I would like to know the answer to this as well.
     
  19. Thankful

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    Still very buggy.
     
  20. Tyrizian

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    Hopefully it stays light and with only one process...I like the way it's currently set up.

    and...

    Hopefully, with this new transition, that Malwarebytes will honor a free version for users who are unable to pay.
     
  21. wtsinnc

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    Is this a suitable alternative to Zemana Antilogger ?
     
  22. lordraiden

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    I would say that is a complement to Zemana.

    This software isolates the programs in the list, java, wmv, ie, chrome, firefox, flash... from being in danger of any exploit.

    Zemana is a little bit different.
     
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    Hmm, interesting move from Malwarebytes.
     
  24. wtsinnc

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    Thanks lordraiden.
    I'm looking for a replacement- hopefully freeware as an alternative to Zemana Antilogger.
    It (Zemana) continues to be flagged by MBAR and Kaspersky TDSS Killer as having a forged license key file.
    This was been reported to both Malwarebytes and Zemana about two months ago but the situation remains unresolved.

    That is why I asked.
     
  25. DBone

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    Wow, very cool! Running it now along side of MBAM Pro.
     
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