Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Beta




Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware logo (60 pix) Malwarebytes is working on an update for Anti-Malware and it has now released a public beta release. This program is aimed at combating spy, adware and malware, especially the removal of malicious software that masquerades as legitimate anti-virus or anti-spyware solution, but in reality has bad intentions, as ransom – or scareware . In addition to the free version, there is a paid version, which provides additional functionality, including real-time protection.

In version 2.0 we encounter a new user interface to be Anti-Rootkit and Chameleon driver is now included as standard and the module for blocking malicious websites greatly improved. From version 2.0 license will otherwise only be valid for a year. Previously a lifetime license and it remains just under those conditions valid. The changelog for version 2.0.2 can be found below.


Changed some of the terminology used in the scan results and scan logs to make them clearer
Enabling or disabling self-protection Should now be more responsive under most Circumstances
Each language name is now listed in its native tongue rather than being translated to make switching easier languages
Blank window is no longer observed flashing on screen during startup and shutdown or system when Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is running in the tray on Windows Vista and newer operating systems
Main program window now opens to the Dashboard by default to simplify navigation

Issues Fixed:

Several crashes and BSOD issues fixed with rootkit scanning
Scan speed improved with rootkit scanning enabled under some Circumstances
Rootkit scans Should no longer hang indefinitely under certain conditions
Compatibility issues with certain VPN client software fixed
Protection no longer fails to start after upgrade under some Circumstances when self-protection is active prior to upgrading
Entire General Settings tab now responds to clicks Correctly
Several issues with Access Policy restrictions Restricting access shaft They should not
Editing the Access Policy password no longer results in restricted areas of the software being inaccessible when the correct password is Entered
Access Policy feature now functions when Bitdefender Total Security is installed
Manual Scan or individual files and folders using context menu scanning feature in Windows Explorer no longer results in the scan failing to run under certain Circumstances
Green check mark status is no longer Indicated when Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is unable to reach update servers when attempting to update
Text is no longer cutoff in the UI on Windows XP or when the “Classic” theme is used on Windows 7
Scan time is now reflected accurately at the end of a scan
Quarantined objects remainning Correctly listed in Limited User Accounts when restoration of an object fails due to lack of permissions
Some words in UI All which were not translated into non-English languages ​​are now when Those languages ​​are selected
Driver left behind during uninstallation or Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is now removed as it should be when the product is uninstalled


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