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No, it means that Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware technology (once stable) will be included in Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. A bit like Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit. The product is constantly in beta, and once the version is stable enough, it's incorporated in Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, and a new beta is released.

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2 hours ago, Windows_Security said:

Running good so far on Windows PRO 32 bits

Will this mean that all three  (MBAM, MBAE and MBARW) will be combined into one program?

Yes, that is the intent eventually. The tech behind all these separate programs will be rolled into one Premium product.



In the future once MBARW comes out of beta we will roll the technology into our consumer and corporate products so that you won't have to deal with multiple separate clients.


Thanks for your interest.


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Well let me understand

When MBWAR comes out of beta it will be combined with MBAM (it is using a service with this name already) [Aura], but the eventual goal is to combine MBAE, MBAM also into one premium product [tetonbob]

OK, I can see the benefits of having only one service/driver to guard and monitor programs, also having the blacklist of MBAM can help to reduce false positives and false negatives. On the other hand the User Interface of MBARW is very clean and simple, combining programs always leads t more options. 


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