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I'm using Malwarebytes Premium and ESET NOD32 Antivirus (latest versions). I've had them both for years, running in the systray (Win 7, Win 10) with no conflicts whatsoever.

I've opened this thread to ask you if upgrading to ESET Internet Security is safe or if there's any conflicts with Malwarebytes. Apart from the Antivirus, I'll get some added protection:

  • Firewall
  • Network Attack Protection
  • Antispam
  • Banking & Payment Protection
  • Botnet Protection
  • Parental Control
  • Webcam Protection
  • Network Inspector
  • Anti-Theft

Here's the complete comparison. 


Hopefully, there won't be any conflicts, but I'd like a confirmation from other users before upgrading.

Thanks! :)

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5 minutes ago, pinkish said:

Hopefully, there won't be any conflicts, but I'd like a confirmation from other users before upgrading.

Plain AV only, has less of a chance of conflict. More of of a chance of conflict or overlap causing issues with any Internet Security program.  Might have an additional performance impact as well. 🤷‍♂️

Other than the above I cant say because I would never use anything above Malwarebytes and Defender.



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11 hours ago, Porthos said:

More of of a chance of conflict or overlap causing issues with any Internet Security program.

I was afraid of that, that's why I posted here. I don't trust the default Defender, even if Malwarebytes works on top of that.

Thanks for your answer!

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From a personal perspective, I've used ESET Smart Security Premium and Malwarebytes (lifetime subscription) for years with no issues whatsoever.  Having just built a new desktop based around an Intel NUC 11 Enthusiast with Windows 11, there remain no issues whatsoever.

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