1.    27 Jul 2015 #1
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    Use Anti-Exploit Program to Help Protect Your PC From Zero-Day Attack


    Anti-exploit programs provide an additional layer of security by blocking the techniques attackers use. These solutions can protect you against Flash exploits and browser vulnerabilities, even new ones that haven’t been seen before or patched yet.
    Windows users should install the free Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit program to help secure their web browsers. Unlike Microsoft’s also-useful EMET, Malwarebytes doesn’t require any special configuration — just install it and you’re done.
    Source: Use an Anti-Exploit Program to Help Protect Your PC From Zero-Day Attacks


    For more information and download links, go to this thread: Latest Version Malwarebytes Anti Exploit
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  2.    27 Jul 2015 #2
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    I use MBAE and also CryptoPrevent on a lot of the systems I work on. Especially with all these encryption viruses going around, so many "average users" are just so vulnerable.
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  3.    27 Jul 2015 #3
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    With Defender for viruses, MBAE for Zero-Day, and all add-ons only turned when needed(i.e... Flash Player set click to play & JAVA off) my browsers run fast and safe. I can only laugh at people using add-ons for "protection" then complaining about slow surfing.
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  4.    27 Jul 2015 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    With Defender for viruses, MBAE for Zero-Day, and all add-ons only turned when needed(i.e... Flash Player set click to play & JAVA off) my browsers run fast and safe. I can only laugh at people using add-ons for "protection" then complaining about slow surfing.
    Slow surfing can be caused by several things not just bad stuff.
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  5.    28 Jul 2015 #5
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    Is there any reason not to run Anti-Exploit on a home-use computer?
    If not, why doesn't it come built into Malwarebytes Premium (at least the free version of Anti-Exploit)?
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  6.    28 Jul 2015 #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by CountryBumkin View Post
    Is there any reason not to run Anti-Exploit on a home-use computer?
    If not, why doesn't it come built into Malwarebytes Premium (at least the free version of Anti-Exploit)?
    Because they are separate tools and I guess they don't what to add things some people might not want or use. You notice how Cckeanter keeps adding more tools, most of which I personally don't need or use. It's better to be able to download only what you need.
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