Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is a straightforward piece of software that protects your system’s vulnerable points from web-based attacks.
The installation procedure takes a little time to finish and does not require special attention from the user. At startup, Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit creates an icon in the system tray area and activates the protection status.
You can bring up the main application window to view total shielded applications, blocked exploit attempts, and quarantined files.
In the secondary tab you can view the list of third-party applications that can be protected by Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit. It includes Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Opera, Java, Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft office tools (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), VLC Media Player, and so on.
All activity is recorded to a log window; selected entries can be excluded from the list as well as cleared. It is possible to create exceptions when it comes to guarded applications. There are no other notable features provided by the application.
Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit runs a barely noticeable amount of CPU and RAM, so it’s not a concern for the computer’s overall performance. Since it minimizes to the taskbar, it does not interfere with the user’s regular activity.
We have not encountered any issues throughout our evaluation, as the app did not hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. All in all, Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is a simple yet effective tool for protecting programs against e-threats. Since it does not comprise a complex set of configurations, the tool is accessible to advanced users as well as rookies.
1. Install the software and then run it.
2. Run the Keygen.exe file from the Keygen folder and generate the serial number.
3. Register the software with the information generated by Keygen.