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Yes, it does.  This is accomplished primarily through the Exploit Protection feature in Malwarebytes which detects and blocks the attack during the initial phase where the file-less threat attempts to launch its first bits of code, which usually occur as the result of a malicious ad (malvertisement), compromised website or a malicious document such as a Word document or PDF that contains an exploit.  You can learn more about the various layers of defense in Malwarebytes Premium and how they function by reviewing the diagram and information found on this page and you can learn more about file-less malware attacks in this article from the Malwarebytes Labs security blog.

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