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Any plans for that?


I know Linux probably doesn't need anti-virus and anti-malware etc... that much, but at least the IP blocker from MBAM would be good, also Anti-Exploit. Even though I never got any alert from MBAM and MBAE (and I use MBAM for many years already, but I like to stay safe just in case. But once I got many infections from Java exploits, if MBAE existed at that time, I would be protected.


But the IP blocker is really helpful, since it doesn't block only websites. I was once torrenting, then I kept getting some connections from one IP to some Windows .exe service, again and again. Even after I quit the torrent client. The IP still tried to connect to me through that service, but MBAM blocked it all the time. The connections were gone after I restarted my computer.


Is there at least some IP blocker for Linux for free? Like the one in MBAM. I know about some, but they reque some lists to work as far as I know.

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Hi VegaV,

Thank you for your suggestions. On the current roadmap, there's no plan to expand Malwarebytes Anti-Malware or Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit to Linux.

We might consider expanding in the future perhaps. But thank you again for your suggestion. :)

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