I have heard much about Mallwarebytes recently - would it be a useful program to run as a backup to Bullguard, or is it not necessary? Will it conflict with Bullguard?
I have subscribed to Bullguard for several years with no problem at all. I have no intention of changing to any other antivirus product but am a bit paranoid about my internet security.
Posted By : Twiggy81 - 4/10/2014 5:57 PM
I got the same question do you have a answer ? sorry for my bad english i am from Holland (dutch)
ive got malwarebytes now toghether with bullguard seems to be no problem but i am also afraid that maybe they conflict togheter
Posted By : Robert Mateescu - 4/10/2014 6:10 PM
The free version of Malwarebytes (the one which does not has a real time file scan or active website protection) does not conflict with BullGuard and can be used to remove PUPs (Possible Unwanted Programs, such as browser add-ons and toolbars).