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Rogue AV and Link poisoning - MWB

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I miss the simple days of viruses. We rarely get viruses anymore, but Roge AV, browser highjacking, and we link poisioning is driving me nuts. Despite edcuating our users we are still being plaqued by these weekly. Running corporate Mcafee VSE 8.7i, but it doesn little for these instantaneous threats.

How well does the Pro version of MWB do on these threats in a corporate networked environment. Any one with some experiences to share?

Thanks!

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Speaking from experience, Malwarebytes Pro does a great job with these types of infections as it blocks the infection before it can get to the computer, by using the web blocker technology. You would have to get a corporate license to run Malwarebytes on your network.

There are a few issues with compatibility with your version of McAfee and Malwarebytes, but with the right exclusions they can work together. Corporate support can help you set all the for you.

You can fill out he form located HERE for corporate info and licensing....

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Thanks for the reply. By any chance is there a known rogue AV link/site/url that I can test with on a spare test machine to test MWBs ability to detect and prevent?

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Thanks for the reply. By any chance is there a known rogue AV link/site/url that I can test with on a spare test machine to test MWBs ability to detect and prevent?

We do not provide samples here, but you can do a search on google and I am sure you will find some.... do at your own risk as you can damage your computer and then will be forced to format and re-install if you do not know what your doing....

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