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Is it possible for MBAM Premium install disk to be infected?

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After multiple attempts at cleaning a viscious infection I ended up completely wiping 2 PC's and getting a new router. I am now just starting to get my laptop back, up to date & online. I see no problems yet, but I am very reluctant to open a web browser just yet. I paid and registered MBAM Premium & Anti-Exploit Premium and opted to receive the disk as wwell, but during my previous nightmare I was trying to run MBAM from the disk and was unable to (I was able to just fine prior to becoming infected). Now that I'm up and running again I would like to intall MBAM from the disk, but before I do I wanted to know if a disk could be infected? Or am I in the clear and paranoid? THANK YOU!

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Hello Spkelly9807:
Installing your system's anti-virus, anti-malware and anti-exploit protections are amongst the first actions taken when bringing up a new system.
Your Malwarebytes' supplied CDs are quite safe but unlikely to have the latest release versions and therefore I recommend you download/update from the Malwarebytes' servers very soon after installing from safe media.

If you are unable to accomplish the MBAM/MBAE installs above, without delay, please let us know what you experience.

Thank you.

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