Hi, does HMP.A v3 has a free version?Since this is an 'anti-exploit battle', I'm going to assume you are referring to the paid version of both of them since as you can see here
HitmanPro.Alert does not have exploit mitigation functionality in free.
I would choose HitmanPro.Alert since not only does it include exploit mitigation but also additional good features like Crypto-Guard. And also the license you get can work in both HitmanPro and HitmanPro.Alert.
Based on what I already mentioned above, the obvious choice in this category would be Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit.
But according to the figure posted by @Azure Phoenix , the free version has some more features...As far as i know only for scanning purposes only.
Yes as far as i know 30 days free and then scan only.But according to the figure posted by @Azure Phoenix , the free version has some more features...
The problem is that, I do not know whether this free version still exists or not, because there is no download link of the free version in the official website...
I guess, maybe just like the freeware mode of EAM, the free version of HMP.A will be available only after the paid version expires?
Yes. From what I read, if you installed a trial version it will turn into the free version once the trial is over.Hi, does HMP.A v3 has a free version?
I'm late to this party, but I vote HMPA. Been using almost exclusively for some months now, & it's great. Light, effective, hasn't bogged down many other programs/configs I've tried. My .02Depends what you want. Straightforward anti-exploit? Then the latest versions of both do well. HMPA offers additional mitigations for other malicious activities not covered by MBAE and can be cheaper based on what option you take. If you're going for free then MBAE is better but if you can afford it HMPA every time for me.
Good thing abput both is committed developers open to questions/ideas.