Malwarebytes Techbench

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Stigg, Nov 24, 2013.

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  1. Stigg

    Stigg Registered Member

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    I would have thought that Malwarebytes Techbench would have been discussed before on this forum, but I searched and was unable to find it.

    In my opinion, it is very pricey and has a yearly renewal. At that price, I can't imagine there being too many sales, no matter how good it is.

    Have any of you guys had the opportunity to try it? If so, what do you think?
     
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    Seems extremely pricey. In a corporate environment that is properly setup and monitored, a tool that expensive should never be needed in the first place.
     
  3. Stigg

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    Yes. I guess that is where they are trying to aim it at, but I cannot imagine a corporate environment needing it as they don't allow their systems to be infiltrated to start with.

    I think this thing has lost the race before it has started, in my opinion.
     
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    Yes, the only thing I can think of are computer repair shops. For example if you would have 100 infected customers a year, then your expenses will be $5 per customer, which you could incorporate in the price.
     
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    As in, when you set 'Don't allow' nothing will ever happen? I'd disagree.
    It does seem to be for a very specific niche market, as BoerenkoolMetWorst points out.
     
  6. Brummelchen

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    a serious supporter wont do that, BoerenkoolMetWorst
    Reason: https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=2310755&postcount=11

    ... uses other methods to secure user data. a server is more expensive but offers lot more options - for SMB with less than 10 (or 5) clients some software has no costs (only for maintenance).
     
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    That is the point I was trying to make.
     
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