Malwarebytes Web Protection Review
Malwarebytes has a lot going for it, but there are still some problems that prevent it from being the ideal choice for everyone. For instance, it costs more than many of its competitors for one device subscription. It’s also not as robust as other devices in terms of features.
Malwarebytes has multiple layers of protection, including web protection, ransomware protection, adware protection, and malware and PUP (potentially unwanted programs) detection and removal. It has strong real-world security capabilities. AV Comparatives tests consistently rate it as one of the top products in its field (August 2022 – October 2022).
Paid subscribers get access to all of these features and more. By clicking on the corkscrew located in the lower right-hand corner of the dashboard lets them control the settings of the software. It opens a tab with seven sections that allow you to alter the program in accordance with your preferences. These include notifications, the frequency and when it is checking for updates to threat intelligence various scan options, as well as other preferences for visuals, including the theme.
The premium version has advanced features, such as exploit protection. This protects against attacks that make use of vulnerabilities and bugs within applications and systems. Malwarebytes also blocks browser lockers, blocks the cryptojackers in your browser, and also stops other scams attempting to take your information or money online. It can even identify and stop phishing sites. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have the type of protection against identity theft that some of its competitors offer However, that’s likely to be changed soon as it recently acquired Cyrus Security, a company that provides those services.