MalwareBytes Endpoint Security combines two products in one suite: MalwareBytes Anti-Malware for Business and Anti-Exploit for Business. The result is a security solution that provides businesses with layered defenses against cyberthreats.
MalwareBytes Anti-Malware scans for and removes malware and blocks malicious websites. It is designed to protect against sophisticated “zero-hour threats” that exploit unknown vulnerabilities on systems—which traditional antivirus may miss. Meanwhile, MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit works to prevent attacks on browsers and applications.
Light on system resources, MalwareBytes Endpoint Security can work alongside already installed anti-malware and antivirus products. It’s also compatible with older, more obsolete Windows operating systems, such as XP. The defenses of thousands of users can be managed from a single administrative console.
Although MalwareBytes, founded in 2008, is a relatively new security firm, its award-winning solution is already in use by Fortune 500 companies. Highly scalable, MalwareBytes Endpoint Security is suited for for both small and midsize businesses as well as enterprises.
Heidi from Home Instead Senior Care
The cost is its greatest asset. However, you get what you pay for. If you have this you should supplement.
Has a minimal level of protection. It is a place to start, but our IT consultant said it gives minimal protection and if you are storing financial information you need way more than this can offer.
Get the facts and compare what it actually can do rather than thinking all programs are the same.
Bernard from Knutson Construction
Specialty: Construction & Engineering
MalwareBytes works as advertised. It stops and cleans up malware that slows down and compromises your computer. The customer service reps are very helpful and generally respond to emails within 1 day. I have used their free product, professional product and Corporate product. For many years the MalwareBytes products were my go to when I needed to clean computers.
My worst experience with MalwareBytes was when I was looking at their Enterprise software. I contacted Sales to get a quote. After I got the quote, my approval process got bogged down. The sales person sent a reminder email that was quite condescending and really aggravated me. As a result I did not purchase the enterprise product.
Test out the product, give it to the person that you know gets the most malware/viruses and see how long their computer stays clean. Another test is to set the program up on a test system that is not on your normal network and go to as many gray websites as possible and see what happens. This can be lots of fun. There are some lists on the internet of compromised websites that can be used. Note you really want to do this on a test system that you can wipe clean after testing.