• Is Malwarebytes available for iOS?

    Malwarebytes does not offer an application for iOS.  We do have Malwarebytes for Mac available for free and Premium subscribers.  To see which operating systems Malwarebytes for Mac supports, refer to t...
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  • Remove cookies from Mac

    A cookie is a piece of data left on your browser after you visit a website.  Websites can scan your cookies to see information about your previous visit.  Many cookies are legitimate and requi...
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  • Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities - what you should do to protect your computer

    On January 3, 2018, the Google Project Zero team reported they had discovered three variants of a hardware bug with important ramifications.  You can read their blogpost, Reading privileged memory with a sid...
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  • See the number of devices my license protects

    When you purchase a license from the Malwarebytes store, you can choose to purchase a license to protect multiple devices.    To see how many devices your license protects, refer to your Malwarebytes confir...
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  • Sign up for Malwarebytes Premium with eero Plus

    Malwarebytes is a partner of eero—a home WiFi system provider.  eero Plus members can sign up for a free Malwarebytes Premium subscription for 3 devices.  Malwarebytes Premium is availab...
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  • "Background service is offline" message in Malwarebytes for Mac

    When you open Malwarebytes for Mac, you may encounter the error message Background service is offline, as seen in the picture here.     Use the solutions suggested below to resolve the error mes...
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  • Verify Malwarebytes for Mac hasn't been tampered

    We do not publish checksums of Malwarebytes for Mac on our website, for a couple reasons. First, checksums are a poor method of verifying the integrity of an app. If you suppose that a hacker has replaced the app on a...
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  • What are the Differences between Malwarebytes for Mac and Windows?

    Differences between Malwarebytes for Mac and Windows   Some Mac users may be concerned that the Mac version of Malwarebytes has less functionality than the Windows product. While this is true, there are some im...
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  • Another anti-virus app found things Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac missed

    First, it's important to understand what Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac does. It only looks for installed components of malware, adware and PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). This also means that it only searche...
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  • Why does Anti-Malware for Mac scan so fast?

    Customers often ask if Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac even scanned their computer, because it's over so quickly - less than a few seconds in some cases. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac is not broken, thou...
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  • Why do some extensions return after I remove them with Anti-Malware for Mac?

    If you are seeing an extension return after removing it with Anti-Malware for Mac, it may be because of sync settings in Chrome or Firefox.    Chrome and Firefox both include features that sync extensions b...
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  • What is System Integrity Protection and how does it affect Anti-Malware for Mac?

    Mac OS X 10.11, aka El Capitan, includes a feature called System Integrity Protection (SIP), which prevents modifications from being made to some key locations in the system. This is very powerful protection against m...
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