Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit, extra protection for your programs

Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is a new free tool that can be used as an antivirus complement to shield or protect different programs against attacks that seek to exploit known or unknown vulnerabilities such as 0-Day.

It is actually an improved version of ExploitShield, a security program developed by ZeroVulnerabilityLabs that was recently acquired by Malwarebytes.

The tool is very simple to use, it just needs to be installed and automatically start providing real-time protection in different applications such as Java, Flash, Adobe Reader, Word, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, among others.

Do I have to update it every day? It is not necessary since it does not work on the basis of signatures, but rather on the analysis of behaviors that may be strange or suspicious, such as those generated by exploits (programs that attack taking advantage of some vulnerability).

In any case, it is convenient to be aware of the new versions of the program since improvements will continue to be added, one of them precisely being a system of automatic updates. To be aware of the latest news I recommend visiting the official forum of the application.

Download: Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit

It works on all versions of Windows from XP onwards and does not generate conflicts with other antivirus or antimalware.

Related: Malwarebytes also has a free Anti-Rootkit tool.