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Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit and flash player ?


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since the adobe flash player it will be discontinued/blocked in web-browser very soon ? then my question is do I need to an Anti-Exploit to be installed on my system (there will no more flash player but html5 ?) right ? :Dhttps://www.cnet.com/news/google-to-block-flash-on-chrome-only-10-websites-exempt/

http://smallbiztrends.com/2016/02/google-flash-ads-discontinued.html

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Yes, you do. Since Anti-Exploit doesn't only protect against Adobe Flash Player exploits, but also browser exploits (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), Java, PDF Readers (Premium), Microsoft Office, LibreOffice, OpenOffice (Premium), Media Players (Premium), etc.

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On 9/22/2016 at 6:56 PM, Aura said:

Yes, you do. Since Anti-Exploit doesn't only protect against Adobe Flash Player exploits, but also browser exploits (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), Java, PDF Readers (Premium), Microsoft Office, LibreOffice, OpenOffice (Premium), Media Players (Premium), etc.

hi

can I have the full list of software that malwarebytes Anti-Exploit it is will cover it/Protect it

and I first time to install malwarebytes Anti-Exploit on my system and it seem I had a problem with it !

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ok . some of listed program is no longer under Development just like "winamp"! so why malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is still cover it/Protect it ?

I think outdated software’s shouldn't anymore cover it/Protect it from now by malwarebytes Anti-Exploit ?

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Most likely because some people still use WinAmp. It's like QuickTime. Even though the program has been discontinued, a lot of people still uses it (for whatever reason there is). 

Maybe MBAE doesn't protect these amymore and the page hasn't been updated but I doubt. @pbust would know.

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