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Whats the state of Linux malware for home users but particularly for enterprise servers. I mean look at how many websites have been hit by Blackhat hackers over just the last few months and how many of those websites run on Linux or Free BSD even home users are at higher risk now, though still nothing compared to Windows home user malware infections so why aren't there more antimalware solutions for Linux would something like MBAM/MBAE help fend off all these exploits from happening so often to enterprise websites & perhaps assist Linux home users against malware exploits as well.
Hi there, I've got a brand new laptop with Malwarebytes Premium installed and seem to have an issue with a program I thought was safe. I downloaded a program that was supposed to be an encryption tool/key management system called GnuPG (https://www.gnupg.org/ <-- reference purposes only). When both my cluttered desktop and my brand new laptop began to run very slow I did scans on both and nothing appeared to be wrong, but on my laptops task manager showed a background process of something called 'dirmngr (32 bit)' running from C:/Program Files (x86)/GNU/GnuPG. When I Google search