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Windows 7: MBAM users, please give me your combination.

View Poll Results: I use ...
MBAM premium only 2 5.00%
MBAM freeware only 2 5.00%
MBAM premium with a paid antivirus 8 20.00%
MBAM freeware with a free antivirus (please mention the name) 9 22.50%
MBAM premium with free antivirus 17 42.50%
MBAM freeware with a paid antivirus 2 5.00%
Voters: 40. You may not vote on this poll

24 May 2015   #31

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

ZoneAlarm Extreme Security
MBAM free Pro
SuperAntiSpyware Free
Windows Defender

Edit: Can't change vote +1 for Paid AV/ Paid MBAM

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24 May 2015   #32

Windows 7 Ultimate x64


SuperAntiSpyware Pro
WinPatrol Plus

PeerBlock: Spyware, Advertising, Bogon, DShield, HiJacked lists

OpenDNS set in both the PC and router

VirusTotal Browser Extension: to check a file before I download and also scan websites
HerdProtect Scanner - for that deep down scanning that just makes you feel clean...
VirusTotal Uploader - to re-check downloads before I use them

Browser protection:

EMET 5.2 with both the Popular and Recommend Software xml files imported. Added internet facing processes not on those xml's as needed.

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24 May 2015   #33


I use MBAM Premium, MBAE Premium, and Windows Defender, also Spybot.
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26 May 2015   #34

Windows 7 Pro 32

I have MBAM Premuim + paid AV (F-Secure), but I trust Applocker / Software Restriction Policies and Sandboxie more

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DavidE View Post
I had to tweak EMET so it would work with MBAE.
Malwarebytes recommends to only use MBAE to avoid conflicts with EMET. Or make sure MBAE and EMET doesn't protect the same applications.
Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit | Page 58 | Wilders Security Forums
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26 May 2015   #35

Windows 7 Home Premium

On Windows 7 > MBAM freeware with Panda Free Antivirus

On Windows 8 > MBAM freeware with Windows Defender
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27 May 2015   #36

Windows 7 Enterprise x64

I use MBAM Premium (have a lifetime subscription, which is awesome)... and I've run into no issues so far. I also use adblock on all web browsing, which is a huge help.

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27 May 2015   #37

OEM Windows 7 Ult (x64) SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bill View Post
I use MBAM Premium (have a lifetime subscription, which is awesome)... and I've run into no issues so far. I also use adblock on all web browsing, which is a huge help.

Hi, Bill (and others who are using ONLY MBAM Free or even ONLY MBAM Premium):

Just a friendly reminder:

  • MBAM Free provides no real-time protection -- it is only a manual, on-demand scanner. It cannot prevent infection -- it can only remove infection that has already made it onto the system
  • MBAM Premium does provide real-time protection against zero-hour and zero-day threats not targeted by an anti-virus. It is designed to be run alongside an anti-virus to provide complementary, layered protection, as advocated here and elsewhere, to help prevent infection.
  • However, NEITHER MBAM Free NOR MBAM Premium is an anti-virus.
  • And NEITHER MBAM Free NOR MBAM Premium is a substitute for a robust, real-time anti-virus.
  • See here: Does Malwarebytes Anti-Malware replace antivirus software?
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22 Jul 2015   #38

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1

Hi Archie,

I use mbam free, MBAEfree, MSE (real-time on), windows firewall, and spywareblaster free.

I run mbam and SASfree quick scans weekly with monthly full scans.
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23 Jul 2015   #39

1. Windows 7 Home Premium sp1 - 64bit 2. Windows 7 Pro sp1 - 64bit

I'm using Malwarebytes Premium and Eset Smart Security v9.x Beta plus a few things in Palemoon. SAS free is run once a week
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11 Oct 2016   #40

W7 HP 64 bit

Windows 7 - I currently have MSE, Malwarebytes antimalware free for occasional scan, superantispyware for occasional scan and remove tracking cookies, zemana antilogger paid for, adblock on Firefox.

I used to have Norton 360 and nothing else - for 7 years - no problems and it removed tracking cookies via tune-up. But the new Norton doesn't seem that compatible with Windows 7 so have gone back to MSE and MBAM on two machines. Zemana antilogger is to save me having to use the onscreen keyboard for banking and passwords plus protection against keyloggers.
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