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MBAM for Andriod & portable version for Linux

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Hi I would like to suggest, and before I get started I would like to apologize ahead of time if anyone else has made similar post to this in the past because I checked and I couldn't find anything really close to my suggestions.

Now since malware continues to an ever growing problem for Android it would be fantastic if MBAM where available for Android OS even as a on-demand scanner it would be a great aid in the fight against infections on Android.

Although there are some other great tools (available on Google Play store) such as VirusTotal & VirusTotal Uploader to help you determine if an app is safe or not. :)




Now onto Linux, and yes I know malware really isn't much of a issue for it but how about those of us who daul boot or planning to ;) being able to scan your Windows partition from a Linux environment could prove to be very useful especially when dealing with somthing like a rootket for example, and since the Linux version would only be needed as a on-demand scanner then a portable version would fit the bill just fine.

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  • 3 weeks later...

Greetings :)

Thanks for the suggestions. Going into other platforms, especially mobile given how much malware for mobile operating systems seems to be ramping up, definitely interests us.


Good to know :D sorry for the late reply for some reason I didn't get any email notification. :huh:

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