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Malwarebytes Anti-ransomware could provide an option to include an encryption service for the persons computer or laptop to stop malware especially ransomware.  The encryption service would have a re-direction of ransomware to the Malwarebytes labs and monitoring system 24/7 for the computer and/or for the laptop system files, folders, system files and programs, networks, etc, and anything that can be encrypted including any network. So if the user accidently infects the laptop or desktop that the ransomware would be redirected to the malwarebytes lab for analysis with the intended target being affected.  Also, Malwarebytes could also lead to another innovation so if any file or files or a program being clicked on by mistake, for example, clicking on an usual attachment in an e-mail that the attachment could be sent to the Malwarebytes labs for analysis.  

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QUOTE Malwarebytes Anti-ransomware could provide an option to include an encryption service for the persons computer or laptop to stop malware especially ransomware.  The encryption service would have a re-direction of ransomware to the Malwarebytes labs and monitoring system 24/7 for the computer and/or for the laptop system files, folders, system files and programs, networks, etc, and anything that can be encrypted including any network. END

This has my interest and if it can be done effectively Malwarebytes Dev's are the ones who could figure out the how and why's of it, but this would be a big project no ?

It will be interesting to have a lead Dev comment on this. PeAcE

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