Wojtek

MBAM, MBAE, MBAR

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Hi,

 

a question to developers:

when approximately do you expect to issue the first regular versions of MBAE

and MBAR?  of course, it's probably hard to answer such a question,

but is it within weeks or months, or so?...

 

it would be very good if you can organize all those three

programs under one interface; it's logical and much more convenient

to have one program instead of three from one company

(say, it could be a Malwarebytes Security Suite).  thank you.

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Hi,

[...]

it would be very good if you can organize all those three

programs under one interface; it's logical and much more convenient

to have one program instead of three from one company

(say, it could be a Malwarebytes Security Suite).  thank you.

 

HI;

 

In spite of my Software Group title, I am not on STAFF here nor an employee of Malwarebytes.

 

That said, in my humble opinion, it's quire possible that Marcin "might" make a business decision to add the MBAE  program to the TOOLS already installed in the current version of MBAM (Chameleon , Secure Backup , StartupLite and Anti-Rootkit) as an autostart option.  As you can see, one of the beta tools you mentioned, (MBAR), is already a part of MBAM.. Sooooo; logic would follow that MBAE might go either way since MBAE is meant to always be active while the computer is on. ;)

 

Cheers; your mileage may vary..

Steve

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I am not sure they will ever be just one product (or all combined into one product), it is much better to have multiple products to use for removal of malware, as having all your eggs in one basket is asking for trouble.

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Your quite welcome, but of course this is our opinion as we are not on the staff, so this is not to say it won't happen....

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I agree with Wojtek that a single suite would be much better from a sales/marketing standpoint--possibly even essential for MalwareBytes to reach widespread popularity among non-geeks.

 

Most casual PC users won't be happy downloading, installing, configuring and managing multiple security components and digging through forum posts looking for tips and explanations--even though geeks are quite willing to do so knowing how important the extra effort is for security.

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