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Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware together?

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yes as long as they do not scan at the exact time.

I have the free version of malwarebytes and it runs with no problems.

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I have two machines I use for virus removals and have SAS and MBAM running together no problems. MBAM is the paid version with the live protection module.

I also have NOD32 and Prevx running on these machines at the same time. Admittedly they run a bit slow, but nothing is going to get past them!

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Great! Thank you for the advice everyone.

I was using NOD32 and still have a year left on my subscription, but I removed it as it was really bad on resources when it scanned anything.

NOD32 is like the least resource intensive antivirus product out there. I recommend and resell it to my customers. NIS 2009 is a big improvement from Symantec but it won't be making an appearance in my workshop just yet.

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MBAM has some false positives from time to time, so please take care :wink:

...and what about the disproportional amount of detected benign traces and reg entries:)

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...and what about the disproportional amount of detected benign traces and reg entries:)

I know, SAS has less FP :D

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