- You may not use or make the functionality of the Software available to third parties for any commercial purpose, such as for providing any computer repair, help desk or troubleshooting service, unless you have each end user purchase from Malwarebytes an individual full license for each Computer on which the Software is run.
BTW, I notice that the latest Hiren's BootCD does come with Malwarebytes, and is labelling it as 'freeware'! I tried looking up their eula, and cannot easily find it (if exists?). I would conclude that if users are using (freeware) Malwarebytes they they are not restricted by, "can't be used for this purpose". As it would not be counted as reasonable for every single user to go to the manufacturers site to locate any policies that may be attached to already known freeware! (I also note that I could cause concern for the respected Hiren's BootCD bringing up this point, but I would also remind you that other BootCDs are likely already existing in many other places anyway. Oh, sorry, I tend to get involved and go on and on, I'm just going to say > gray, dependant upon application. But I'll adhere to Malwarebytes EULA anyway, of course
Thanks to you, and all others, for your help here. I feel my concerns have been addressed and grateful for the reponses provided