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Anti-exploit settings - default or everything enabled?


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Dear all! I have a questions regarding the anti-exploit settings. I enabled all anti-exploit settings available, no problems so far. However, I'm wondering if my "overkill" settings are OK to use or whether it is always recommended to use the default settings, just to be on the safe side. What anti-exploit settings do you prefer - (almost) everything enabled or just the default settings?

Thanks for you help/information in advance.

 

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From our user guide: https://www.malwarebytes.com/pdf/guides/Malwarebytes-3.0-User-Guide.pdf?d=2017-05-24-10-07-16--0700

In addition, Premium/Trial users can modify advanced exploit protection settings. Several advanced settings are spread across four tabs, depending on the classification of protection they provide. One tab is shown here as an example. Each advanced setting is available for up to six different application groups, the groups representing the method by which threats will attempt to exploit vulnerabilities in applications of that type. Protection may be turned on (checked), off (unchecked), or is not applicable for that group of applications (greyed out). While these settings provide very specific protection, they should only be changed when requested by a Malwarebytes Customer Success specialist. Incorrect settings may result in impaired protection.

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