Fritz

Level 11
They can be infected by USB or similar media.
Nah, those folks need to turn a common USB 2.0 stick at least 3 times until they get it in there and usually get tired after the 2nd turn. They're pretty safe. :D

Common sense + monthly malwarebytes scan more than enough.
I agree with the common sense part, but given the current state of Malwarebytes you might as well run a quick dir /p on the command line once a month, that'll keep you about just as safe. :p
 

HaMeR

Level 3
Verified
Malware Hunter
I agree with the common sense part, but given the current state of Malwarebytes you might as well run a quick dir /p on the command line once a month, that'll keep you about just as safe. :p
I don´t get it sorry. What do you mean with current state of Malwarebytes?
 

Fritz

Level 11
I don´t get it sorry. What do you mean with current state of Malwarebytes?
I mean that Malwarebytes 3.X went downhill from 2.X. I used to have 6 subscriptions, now cancelled all of them. Gotta pay what it's worth, which brings it down to exactly 0 $.
 

HaMeR

Level 3
Verified
Malware Hunter
i think its okay for a free product. Obviously you can´t replace it as a normal antivirus, its more like a second oppinion av
 

Arequire

Level 23
Verified
Content Creator
Common sense + monthly malwarebytes scan more than enough.
Common sense lapses far more often than people care to admit and can't protect against something you've no control over.
 
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