Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0
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Malwarebytes’ Anti-Rootkit and Chameleon selfprotection technology extend Anti-Malware’s security capabilities.
Malwarebytes has completely re designed the interface with AntiMalware 2.0. To quickly access security  functions, you’ll now find tabs for  Dashboard, Scan, Settings, and History  views. The Dashboard view displays  your current license, database version,  scan progress, and real-time protection  status. The Scan view will detail the  progress of a current scan, and it breaks  down threats into memory objects,  startup objects, Registry objects, and  file system objects. Under Settings,  you’ll have greater control over what  Anti-Malware 2.0 scans and the  websites it blocks. For instance, you can  whitelist IPs, domains, and processes (such  as BitTorrent clients) to ensure the content  reaches your PC.
The 2.0 beta integrates Malwarebytes’  Anti-Rootkit and Chameleon tools into  the Anti-Malware utility belt, though neither are enabled by default. The  Chameleon technology protects AntiMalware 2.0 against attacks that attempt to  disable the security software on your PC.
You can enable Chameleon in Settings by  clicking Advanced Settings and selecting  the Enable Self Protection Module checkbox. To turn on Anti-Rootkit,  click Settings, choose Detection And  Prevention, and check Scan For Rootkits.
Beta users will need to enter a temporary  license key with an ID of MBAM2BETA  and a key number of 4XZHE-6ANRNTKWCV-EV6HZ-G79PH.
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