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I successfully installed the free version of Anti-Malware, but when I try to Activate Anti-Exploit (free), it requires License Id and License Key.  What is this?

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Welcome to the forum ironryan!

 

Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit Free (MBAM Free), unlike Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free (MBAM Free), provides real-time protection against web-based exploits. It shields your browsers, add-ons and Java and prevents web-based exploits and drive-by downloads from compromising your computer. Some examples of the typical attacks that MBAE blocks can be seen in our blog posts:

https://blog.malwarebytes.org/category/exploits-2/

https://blog.malwarebytes.org/category/malvertising-2/

 

However there is an MBAE Premium that also protects against file-format exploits in Office, Acrobat Reader, media players, etc. as well as the ability to add custom shields.

 

More info here:

https://www.malwarebytes.org/antiexploit/

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Btw I also really recommend the following short video to understand exploits and the need for MBAE:

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I successfully installed the free version of Anti-Malware, but when I try to Activate Anti-Exploit (free), it requires License Id and License Key.  What is this?

You can ignore it, entering a valid Id and Key is only used to upgrade from Anti-Exploit from Free to Premium.

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No.

It is now a free version of Anti Exploit that has all the premium features.

BUT it is now used to test Anti Exploit  for the main MB3.

So you don't need both.

Edited by nukecad

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