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Latest version MBARW Beta v - Build 238 released - Aug 26, 2019

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Hello, all— 

Im reaching out today to let you know that we have been working on a new version of Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware - Beta 09 (v 


[1] Malwarebytes 3 and MBARW - It is actually not possible to run the free version of Malwarebytes 3 and the standalone Anti-Ransomware Beta side-by-side, as they have components in common and are not designed to run in this way.  If you wish to have both Malwarebytes on-demand scanning and Anti-Ransomware then a Premium license is the best option.

(2) Using an older version? - Please note that if you did NOT receive an upgrade prompt from within an earlier beta version, you must first uninstall any earlier BETA versions prior to installing BETA 8.  We have now enabled automatic upgrades for Beta 9, but they will take a while to get out to the entire population.  If in doubt, you're always safe to do a full uninstall / reinstall.


Download Latest Beta 9 (v. this link


Change Log for Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware Beta - Component Package Update 1.1.238

On Aug 26 2019, we released version 1.1.238 of Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware. The change log for this build can be found below:

Performance/protective capability

  • Improved fileless ransomware detection originating from various applications
  • Better detection for Jcry  and full remediation for Sepsis ransomware
  • Detection for new variant of UNNAM3D ransomware

Stability/issues fixed

  • Field reported BSOD fix for compatibility issues 

Thanks, and looking forward to your continued feedback here on the forum.

Edited by Dheeraj
updates for the latest CU

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