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I think I may have posted this before, but I really think the website needs to be much more clearer on Malwarebytes' not being an antivirus and being a complementary solution to your existing protection. The information provided is very conflicting and sounds too much like an antivirus. I see a lot of new members asking the same old questions on Malwarebytes' being used as a standalone product. :unsure:

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Thanks for the input :). I agree, and we do have several improvements to the website's content in the works, but I do not know when they will be completed, but being clearer about what MBAM is and what it does is one of the areas that we plan to improve.


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You're welcome. :) Good. Hopefully this gets fixed soon as it really takes time away from helping those who really need help. :)

In addition I'd recommend a FAQ on the home page for common things like explanation of the term malware and viruses and other content we get a lot of posts on aside from the technical FAQ. :)

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