Overall Satisfaction with Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection
While we use Webroot Enpoint Protection on our MSP clients, we augment that protection with Malwarebytes. If Webroot allows any malware through, Malwarebytes catches most everything else. We routinely run sweeps/scans with Malwarebytes as our final authority on the cleanliness of our machines.
- Scan can be customized on many levels.
- Convient scheduling interface.
- GUI is very intuitive an easy to use.
- Updates from one version to another can be challenging. Regular updates are a must.
- We have not had any issues, but Malwarebytes has gotten some poor reviews on their support in industry publications.
- We have been able to mitigate any malware that has created any problem for our clients.
- The potential for catastrophic failure of a system has been reduced to the insignificant because of this product.
We have not used any other product consistently. We occasionally have used SuperAntiSpyware as an added scanning too, but do rely on or install it on our machines.
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