Quote: Originally Posted by Faceofjoe421
Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic
As far as I know, Superantispyware and Malwarebytes protect against the same things and would likely be redundant.
It was mainly incase SuperAntiSpyware misses what Malwarebytes found or the other way round (Malwarebytes misses what SuperAntiSpyware finds).
Yeah, that's what you would hope happens---I just don't know that in the real world that happens very often.
A better idea might be to pay the 20 or 25 dollars to get a lifetime license of the Pro version of Malwarebytes.
It works in real time, unlike the free version which only scans when you ask it to. The Pro version database updates automatically, unlike the free version.
My Pro version works very well---it won't even let me load a website that it thinks may have malware. The free version would let you load the page.