Does Anyone Have A Coupon Code For Malwarebytes? Share your Malwarebytes coupon code here

I’ve had malwarebytes on several computers for years. It was free at first with beta and I either lost or never got the coupon for long time members. Before purchasing it, I wanted to look for a valid coupon code online.

***EDIT*** Ronald, one of our readers, offered another Malwarebytes coupon code – enter BM6-3S7-665 for 20% off or alternatively try code B3S-6Q1-H54 or Q65-TRJ-G7J  to save 15% during checkout (you might want to check the comments for newer user-submitted coupons, some might not be working, depending on the actual website where you place the order).

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free/PRO 2013 Updates

The latest version of Anti-Malware Free/PRO has brought in some additional developments:

  • Chameleon Technology Gets Malwarebytes Running on Infected Systems
  • Multi-Language Support (currently 35 and counting!)
  • Real-Time Active Malware Prevention Engine Blocks Known Threats (PRO)
  • Heuristic Protection Prevents New Zero Day Malware Infections (PRO)
  • Malicious Website Protection Blocks Access to Known and Zero Day Malicious Web Content (PRO)

We’re also happy to report Malwarebytes Anti-Malware works fine with Windows 8 on a new Dell All-In-One we have in the office. If you need more than one computer protected against Internet threats, please remember the voucher codes shared by our generous visitors work on volume licensing too – you can save up to 40% off the regular Malwarebytes Anti-Malware price if you apply the tested coupon codes above against your Cleverbridge checkout.

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Editor’s note: Unlikely as it may sound, we had one of the office computers infected with

Antivirus 2010 is a rogue anti-spyware program from the same family as Antivirus 2008 and Antivirus 2009. Like its previous incarnations, Antivirus 2010 is advertised via the use of advertisements on the Web pretending to be one of the internet anti-malware scanners. These advertisements pretend to scan your computer and then state that your computer system is infected and that you just ought to download and install Antivirus 2010 to remove these infections. These rogues are also known to become advertised and installed through Trojans that display fake security alerts in your Windows taskbar stating you are infected. As soon as you click on one of these alerts, it will bring you to the download page for Antivirus 2010, or even download and install it without your permission.

Once Antivirus 2010 is installed on your laptop or computer, it’ll be automatically configured to run when you logon to Windows. This is done by adding a startup entry that launches the C:\Windows\System32\wingamma.exe executable. This executable will then launch the AV2010.exe and the fake Windows Security Center. Once running, it’ll scan your pc and list a variety of infections that cannot be removed unless you first pay for the computer software. This infection will also randomly display fake security alerts on your pc stating that you just are infected or have some sort of security risk. In the event you click on these alerts, it is going to prompt you to obtain the software program. These fake alerts, along with a fake Windows Security Center that advertises Antivirus 2010, are applied to further scare you into thinking you’re infected so you pay for the application.

Another new addition to these types of rogues is the creation of a fake Blue Screen of Death. At random intervals, Antivirus 2010 will produce what appears to be a Windows crash, but in reality is just a fake screen. These fake crashes are utilized to further persuade you into purchasing the software program. When you receive this crash, you can merely reboot your pc , or try pressing Alt-Tab or Control-Alt-Delete to get out of it.

– probably just one of the myriad variants of malware posing as fake antivirus software out in the wild. Malwarebytes Anti-malware was able to deal with it without a restart. While it may not be relevant, I could not ignore the fact that SpyBot S&D was running on that computer (with it’s free realtime module active and the most up-to-date list of blocked IPs) and did not prevent the infection (we have no idea how the payload was delivered on our system – no, we don’t browse pr0n sites). So it’s been a nice thing to avail of KnRider’s coupon code for Anti-malware and buy two licenses for this excellent piece of software. Thank you for your contribution!

***UPDATE*** Thanks to you (our visitors) we had confirmation time after time that codes are working and you can still buy this excellent application at a discount from the Malwarebytes official store.
Some of you might be interested to know that the new version 1.50 is out – find below a list of the overall improvements, new features and issues fixed.

Overall Improvements

1. Dramatically improved scan speed: up to 5 times faster.
2. Dramatically improved stability of both the scanner and protection module (paid version only).
3. More responsive: program loads up to 3 times faster, and protection module has lower impact on system resources (paid version only).
4. New internal detection algorithms enable detection of more real-world malware.

New Features

1. You can now add files and folders to the ignore list manually.
2. Ability to schedule and unschedule scans and updates from the command line (paid version only).
3. Notifications of blocked malicious websites now include additional details such as type, port, and process on Windows Vista and higher.
4. Ability to include or exclude potentially unwanted programs (PUP), potentially unwanted system modifications (PUM), and peer-to-peer software (P2P) from scans and protection module detections.
5. Dramatically improved flash scan (paid version only) – designed to determine whether a more in-depth scan is needed, in less than 10 seconds on many machines.
6. One-touch easy-to-use option to keep protection up-to-date automatically (paid version only).
7. “Warn if database is outdated by:” option now warns if the database is far out-of-date (7 days by default), including for protection (paid version only).
8. Ability to scan system startup locations for improved detection and to target persistent malware that may be obstructing removal.
9. Right-click context menu scans now use heuristics.

Issues Fixed

1. Improved compatibility with antivirus software.
2. Fixed issue with “Recover if missed by” setting in scheduler not working correctly on Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
3. Fixed issue with “Recover if missed by” setting in scheduler not working for scans and updates scheduled to run ‘Once’.
4. Fixed issue with Heuristics.Shuriken causing the program to freeze or crash.
5. Fixed issue with certain infections going undetected by the protection module in 64-bit Windows versions.
6. Fixed issue with silent scans not creating logs in certain scenarios.

As always, don’t forget to check the comments for any new Malwarebytes coupon codes shared in 2013 by our visitors. We’ve been keeping this page up since 2009 and served thousands of users looking for Malwarebytes Anti-malware deals. We cannot promise to always have the best discounts (after all, the company needs to accept a considerable mark down on their margins to offer these coupons, but since we know this we strongly suggest you take the plunge and get a licensed copy of the software – it’s probably the best product in its category, backed by an incredible team and a great community you’ll be happy to join as soon as possible. Best of luck!

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206 Comments

  1. krotic
    Posted August 7, 2009 at 8:20 pm | Permalink

    there was a 40% off Malwarebytes coupon code 2009 from Malwarebytes deals – but the old codes don’t work anymore, you can try KTZ-K3T-966 to cut off 50% of the license if you go to their store store.malwarebytes.org

  2. Liviu C
    Posted August 7, 2009 at 10:38 pm | Permalink

    First of all, malware is only one problem. You should try to have a solid antivirus software as well, to protect you against more viral attacks. I use Kaspersky – unfortunately this is not a free product, but you can get it on sale from this page on their website or get a deal from Amazon for Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2010 3-User license.
    Another approach:
    OK, first of all it’s important to turn System Restore OFF so any infection that you remove is not restored. Secondly, I can recommend scanning with:
    * McAfee Stinger – a standalone trojan virus scan utility.
    * SpyBot S&D – For spyware/adware
    * Lavasoft Adware – For spyware/adware
    It’s important you scan with up-to-date definitions with all of these utilities and that it’s done in a logical order. I can recommend a great guide to removing viruses, spyware and adware from My Slow PC – find it here: myslowpc.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.ph…
    Let me know how you get on with following that guide, you’ll notice there are some advance steps but we’ll take this one at a time.

  3. Anonymous
    Posted August 8, 2009 at 5:21 am | Permalink

    Restart you Computer Safe Mode With Networking how to Restart?
    1. Log out and reboot your machine.
    2. When the machine starts the reboot sequence, press the F8 key repeatedly.
    3. Select Safe Mode with Networking from the resulting menu.
    4. When the log in screen comes up, log in as Administrator. By default, Administrator has no password.
    5. The machine will continue booting, but the Windows desktop will look different. In The Safe Mode With Networking Then Download and Scan Use Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware
    6. Download Super Anti-Spyware superantispyware.com
    7.Before to Use Combofix, Read How to use ComboFix on bleepingcomputer.com
    8. Restart you Computer Safe Mode Only, in the Safe Mode Try To remove this virus manually ok log on in ”safe mode”
    select ”Start” on Taskbar then right click on ”internet explorer”
    and then ”internet Properties”
    under browser history select ”settings”
    and then click on ”View Files”
    top of the window click on ”local”tab
    and then open ”temp” folder
    and delete every thing in this folder
    and restart you Computer
    9. Download and Scan use Norman Malware Cleaner from norman.com
    10.The Final Try To Running System Restore
    If your computer seems to be unstable, you’ve done a thorough anti-virus and anti-spyware scan, and you’ve been unable to remove any suspected software packages through Control Panel, give System Restore a try. To roll back your computer settings to a previously saved restore point:
    # Click the Start button, then select Programs / Accessories / System Tools
    # Click System Restore.
    # Choose “Restore my computer to an earlier time” then click Next.
    # Select a day on the calendar, a restore point description, then click Next.
    You can also get help from popular security forums or post here your questions.

  4. ilknur K
    Posted August 8, 2009 at 6:57 am | Permalink

    MBAM will clean for free. Download it from the link at malwarebytes.org. You only pay for the real time protection module, which is worth it. I found this product cheapest at: store.malwarebytes.org where it was still $5 off the regular price with the new coupon KNP-T89-772. I found a similar question here.

    This is what the software’s authors have to say about the program:

    Your computer is connected to the Internet, which means that it needs protection from harmful programs that are distributed over the Internet. These malicious software installed on your computer without your permission, may show different advertisements, download and install various other harmful programs. The fact that you are using a good antivirus and firewall does not say that you are safe. You need a program specifically designed to detected and remove malware from your computer and alert you every time an malware program tries to install itself.

    Spyware is one type of malicious software. Once your computer has been infected with spyware, the spyware program will monitor you action and send back sensitive information to its owner. The gathered information can include very personal details such as lists of all your visited websites, how often you visit each site, online purchases and all your online searches. Spyware are used by dishonest persons and companies to track your online habits and collect information about you without your knowledge or consent. This information is commonly used to show more relevant advertising, but it can also be used for harmful actions.

    MalwareBytes Antimalware (MBAM) is a program created to protect your computer from spyware, adware and trojans. MBAM will scan your computer and remove any found malicious software. The program was specially designed to warn you of any potential danger and a violation of privacy. MalwareBytes Antimalware available for free download on the Internet, the program is easy to install and use. Compared with many others, MBAM is relatively small and therefore download it will not take long, even if you use a modem to connect to the Internet. After installation, MalwareBytes Antimalware begin work immediately and do not require a reboot. Using this program to scan your computer, typically takes several tens of minutes.

    One drawback with the free version of MalwareBytes Antimalware is however that it does not include all features. It can only remove malicious programs, but can not protect your computer from re-infection. You will have to pay for an upgraded version, if you want to have full program access.

    I found this really informative – after all, it is easy to rely on a single product, like Norton or Panda, to protect your pc from “every” threats, but there is more power in specialization and Malwarebytes have a proven track record in dealing with these problems. Highly recommended!

  5. Virii
    Posted November 22, 2009 at 11:14 am | Permalink

    the Malwarebytes AntiMalware voucher given by krotic worked for me. this tool is great, running it at the moment… yiiiihaaa!

  6. KnRider
    Posted December 2, 2009 at 10:53 am | Permalink

    Use code KV9-3KX-455 to save 20% (tested minutes ago)

  7. Wanda
    Posted December 5, 2009 at 5:48 am | Permalink

    Just used the last code and it still works. I had the Security Tool virus. Malwarebytes got rid of it.

  8. RobertZ
    Posted December 13, 2009 at 12:55 am | Permalink

    just wanted to tell you my story since it was wild and your help made all the difference.

    I got these false alerts popping on my screen, urging to buy some dodgy antivirus to protect my computer. now, I take computer science classes and I know what malware is – so I cleaned them with malwarebytes antimalware.
    We don’t have a tv, so to see the shows we go to movie sites – this is where my roommate says I am getting all the crapware. we tried spybot for online protection, but somehow it was all happening again – reboot in safe mode, malwarebytes etc.
    then last week citi called me to confirm some purchases from my card – it seems I was buying lots of things in a walmart 400 miles away. I wanted to purchase Malwarebytes Anti-malware full version and end this for good, BUT…. only 20USD in my Paypal and card suspended during investigation. Tnx to your website and your readers – the 15% Malwarebytes coupon code was not enough, but KnRider shared another one for 20% and with that I managed to scrap the bottom and get my license tonight.
    This is absolutely crazy – whatever you are doing, do not assume letting adware run on your computer is safe – it might as well steal your passwords or credit card information. I know I risk 1200USD if I cannot prove I was not in the campus on the purchase date.
    To anyone else reading this blog – before you buy your Malwarebytes license and you go for the Malwarebytes coupon code shared in the post, try this one from KnRider

    KnRider’s Malwarebytes coupon code: KV9-3KX-455 – it worked for me and it saves you 20% instead of 15%.

    I felt I must tell you this and make other readers aware – as long as the malwarebytes coupon code above works, it’s worth trying. Nevertheless, this is probably one of the best tools to pay for and have on your computer – I only wish I had it before my credit card info got stolen.

  9. Marissa
    Posted December 15, 2009 at 2:29 am | Permalink

    I have just used KnRider’s coupon code, but when I install mbam.exe it returns an error about a missing VB6 dll…. must fix that first now… any ideas? the malwarebytes coupon code for 15% is available almost everywhere, and the 40% off does not seem to work anymore.. but thank you for your help !

  10. Emil Vonesky
    Posted December 15, 2009 at 10:15 pm | Permalink

    I used the mlaware coupon code today and it worked for 20% off. Thank you!

  11. Marissa
    Posted December 16, 2009 at 12:10 am | Permalink

    I finally managed to fix the problem and run mbam.exe on my computer. It was a real invasion in there, had to resort to several scans and restarts to get everything out.
    In the end MBAM won – and it is happily running in the background now, scans and updates scheduled every other day. Tnx for the malwarebytes coupon code once again – it was worth the search (someone recommended this page on Y!answers)

  12. rotocol
    Posted December 17, 2009 at 2:00 am | Permalink

    hi.. I used the malwarebytes coupon code shared by KnRider but did not complete the transaction – cleverbridge is charging me vat for being in Europe. I know I bought some other software not long ago without vat, is there any way to avoid paying it?

  13. CabotJim
    Posted December 23, 2009 at 2:22 pm | Permalink

    Just used coupon code: KV9-3KX-455 and it worked. Saved me 20%. Hey, every little bit helps, ya know?

  14. Mark Fairlie
    Posted December 29, 2009 at 3:53 am | Permalink

    Just used the 20% off Malwarebytes coupon code – worked fine for me, still valid

  15. ColmDunne
    Posted January 4, 2010 at 5:11 pm | Permalink

    the old Malwarebytes coupon code for 15% expired the 31st of December (the other sites are still carrying it though), but yours works fine and saves even more. many thanks!

  16. Pope John
    Posted January 5, 2010 at 10:05 am | Permalink

    I used the Malwarebytes coupon code and it saved my a few euros… the problem is everytime I launch it it runs for hours. Any idea what should I do? (currently reading the Malwarebytes forums

  17. CouponKid
    Posted January 10, 2010 at 5:10 am | Permalink

    Happy New Year 2010! The malwarebytes voucher worked for me, saves 20% for Aussies. Thank you for the share!

  18. Eddie Brady
    Posted January 12, 2010 at 5:35 pm | Permalink

    I had problems with malware for a couple of months now – apparently since my daughter started playing some Facebook game on our computer. Never knew about malware too much – just running an antivirus all the time and staying away from dubious websites seemed to work fine.
    This thing though was different – it kept popping up windows out of the blue, reporting virus infections, trojans and other ugly things. I removed it once with Malwarebytes (just googled around, never heard about it before either), but it turned into a recurring problem – I had to do it almost weekly or so lately. I am not even sure it was really the Facebook application – it did not stop once I told my daughter not to access it anymore (yet I am not sure of she did follow through or not). Well, today I got sick of it and I bought the full version – using the Malwarebytes coupon code listed here by KnRider and saving 20% in the process.
    So far I am happy with it, it runs in the background without trouble and has a scheduler to run scans on its own, instead of going through the process manually every now and then. What I am not sure I understand exactly is how the IP blocker works – we have a firewall installed already, will it disable and replace that one?
    I have also noticed that Malwarebytes updates are downloading very fast (had a brief encounter with Spybot S&D at the recommendation of a work colleague, but it was just to slow and counter-intuitive for me to use, besides taking forever to update and do its background scan).

    So, all in all, thank you for the coupon code – now I need to figure out the firewall part and I am all set. Happy shopping!

  19. KnRider
    Posted January 18, 2010 at 5:32 pm | Permalink

    Hi, every1
    glad you could use the coupon code – Malwarebytes will probably issue a fresh one soon, I am still surprised this one worked so far and so well.
    as a matter of fact I was looking into AVG the other day – their antivirus software is free and does a decent job, I was thinking to pair it with Malwarebytes Anti-malware and get a killer combo under Windows 7 (I have just had the first malware attack on my new installation).
    If anyone has any ideas or experience with this combo drop a line here or at knridergmail.com. Thank you!

  20. Vojtek
    Posted January 22, 2010 at 10:27 pm | Permalink

    Tnx, knrider – I confirm your coupon code works on large volumes, too.
    thought someone might benefit from this, since the Malwarebytes coupon code applies on top of the volume discount (up to 33% off) – I saved almost 40% overall.

  21. Crash
    Posted January 23, 2010 at 8:10 pm | Permalink

    This coupon worked ( KV9-3KX-455 ).

    Thanks!

  22. Malwarebytes coupon
    Posted January 25, 2010 at 11:26 pm | Permalink

    Many thanks, I confirm the Malwarebytes Anti-malware coupon code worked for me as well (from Latvia).

  23. Malwarebytes coupon
    Posted January 25, 2010 at 11:34 pm | Permalink

    forgot to mention this is a great program. I’ve used the free version many times with great results. It’s one of the only programs that can completely remove that fake antivirus junk (Antivirus 2008/2009, Total Security, etc.) that people seem to be getting infected with more and more lately – the free Anti-malware does a good job, but with the Full verison you can schedule the scans and updates so that it runs periodically in the background and keeps the computer clean. IT also has realtime protection, which is a great plus – I could uninstall Spybot and keep the memory usage low. overall an excellent solution and the license gives free updates and support for life – better than other programs, which ask you to renew every year or so. I strongly recommend Malwarebytes and their forum, too – good people there, willing to help you if needed.

    Cheers,
    Roland

  24. SpyTroll
    Posted January 26, 2010 at 10:56 am | Permalink

    letting everybody know the coupon works in Brazil as well. many thanks to KnRider for providing the only Malwarebytes coupon code that still works in 2010.

    Regz,
    Emilio

  25. Angie
    Posted January 29, 2010 at 1:22 am | Permalink

    Coupon code worked for me. Malwarebytes is a great program but I needed to get the paid version for the realtime protection. I hope this investment will save me time cleaning a certain computer once a month.

  26. Kupon
    Posted January 31, 2010 at 6:02 pm | Permalink

    I have been using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for years and did not know it had a full version. Found out today and bought it with your coupon – thank you, KnRider. I confirm the Malwarebytes coupon code worked for me, too.

    It’s great software and the updates are always issued in a timely manner – I am glad I will not have to monitor for them manually. I am also using Kaspersky Antivirus on the same computer, and with Windows 7 I cannot tell if the resources consumed are noticeable.

    Thank you for the coupon code, it was great to save on the purchase.

  27. Sorin Puscas
    Posted February 1, 2010 at 12:37 pm | Permalink

    I use this Malwarebytes code today, after trying the one from http://www.retailmenot.com which did not work. Save me money in Romania, although I had some problems paying with my Mastercard.
    The code saves 20% in EUR, but I was charged 2.5% for currency conversion to ROL.
    It’s a good code, thank you for sharing.

    Sorry for my bad English
    Sorin

  28. EmilyT
    Posted February 2, 2010 at 10:49 pm | Permalink

    thank you very much for your coupon code – I purchased Malwarebytes Anti-malware at my brother-in-law recommendation – it is a great tool for a beginner like me. the malwarebytes voucher worked and saved me 20%. bye now!

  29. JimmyCash
    Posted February 3, 2010 at 7:16 pm | Permalink

    bought 5 licenses today with KnRider’s coupon. worked just great – I think the saving was more important to me because of the purchase volume, where 20% made a serious cut. thank you for sharing this malwarebytes voucher here – that was very nice of you.

  30. Little John
    Posted February 3, 2010 at 10:27 pm | Permalink

    Malwarebytes is a computer application available for download since January 2008. It is available in a free version or for a small fee of 24.99USD (without any coupon code) you can download the paid version from Malwarebytes’ website in which on the website they describe their software uses “Only the most sophisticated anti-malware techniques can detect and remove these malicious programs from your computer.”
    In this short review I will explain the product from the malwarebytes download to the protection and interface of the software. I will be focusing mostly on the freeware version.
    The malwarebytes.com website is well constructed and easy to follow for the average user. When you click the “Download free version button” you are redirected to the http://www.cnet.com and the download is easily followed. After the initial setup the program is ready to use.
    I have been using the freeware version of this software for a week and a half. It has run numerous “full” scans and “quick scans”. The software is extremely user friendly and malware is easily and swiftly deleted after being tracked down on your system. The only criticism I would have with the software is that the use of the word quick is misleading and indeed an oxymoron, I have found, with my system at least, a “quick” scan may take just a short period of time less than a “full” scan.
    This begs the question as to: “why would there be a need for such an option?” if the “full scan seemingly scans more files and gives a more substantial, broader and indeed more in-depth scan.
    The free edition must be run manually, while the paid version can automatically perform scheduled scans. The paid version also adds real-time protection and IP blocking to prevent access to malicious web sites.
    Yet I have found this a small burden as you can relatively easily perform manual scans on a weekly basis and have had no need for IP blocking software, although this may be a staple in other peoples cyber needs, I have found such software obsolete for the average amateur web browser.
    In closing I have found the software “Malwarebytes” an extremely useful addition to my desktop and its presence offers better security for your home computer or small business. The real jewel in the Malwarebytes cabinet is that it offers so much for a internet downloadable freeware program. I downloaded the software on a trial basis to see how well it would perform, I am happy to say that it has now become an elemental, permanent part of my desktop and I would whole heartedly recommend this software to anyone who needs a quick and user friendly solution to the burden of malware.
    Without the Malwarebytes coupon code found here, I would have not purchased the full version myself, but this is too much of a good deal to miss. Thank you, KnRider, and good luck to anyone else trying to use this online voucher.

    Regz,
    Little John

  31. EmilyT
    Posted February 4, 2010 at 8:33 pm | Permalink

    hi, Johnnie – I see you found the malwarebytes coupon page and bought it, too.
    so I think I should be thanking you and KnRider for taking care of the fake Antivirus I had on my computer – you geeks know all kinds of things. I am pleased to report that Mbam works fine on my Dell laptop, updates daily and runs a complete scan every other day (as you suggested). once again, thank you, boys. tah!

  32. KnRider
    Posted February 5, 2010 at 10:52 am | Permalink

    get a room, you two!
    glad you could use the coupon code.
    as I was saying earlier, I moved to Win7 and AVG as a combo, but I am seriously considering Kaspersky as an alternative. It looks like AVG takes too much of the system resources, and this laptop was already 3 years old.
    still surprised the Malwarebytes promotion keeps going on – it seems unusual for them to be running such a long one and I noticed other pages are pushing this as well

  33. Malwarebytes FAIL
    Posted February 6, 2010 at 12:52 am | Permalink

    it seems the update does not work tonight – I tried several times (after buying the full version especially to avoid updating manually EVER AGAIN) and it fails.
    until it comes back, or at least for me and other people in my area, you might want to know that you can update from gt500.org/malwarebytes/database.jsp
    which is a mirror database of the malwarebytes anti-malware signature codes.

    have a nice we.

  34. demert
    Posted February 6, 2010 at 8:37 am | Permalink

    Malware Question

    Okay, so I’m browsing the internet today and out of NOWHERE, I get some wicked virus…
    It won’t allow me to open anything. I run Ad-Ware and AVG daily as well as CCleaner. I’ve never had any issues before…

    I’ve tried all different programs, I can’t even start windows in the “Normal” mode…I’ve tried scanning in “Safe” mode but none of the viruses are picked up….If I start it up normally, every program I open fails (.exe etc)….

    I don’t know what to do!

  35. Spaghetti Monster
    Posted February 6, 2010 at 12:23 pm | Permalink

    yes, I’ve met that too- the thing blocks certain files from running. you might have to rename the mbam.exe so something else entirely and run it this way.
    it is a good idea to run in in Safe Mode. as for the AV not finding anything, first do the full Malwarebytes thing, then update the AV and run it.

  36. Sunday Coupon Joy
    Posted February 8, 2010 at 1:05 am | Permalink

    Hello from Japan!
    I bought great Malwarebytes coupon from your website. Thank you for sharing, this was very wonderful. Sorry for bad english.

    Akio

  37. Sanjeev
    Posted February 18, 2010 at 9:48 am | Permalink

    Hello, Sir KnRider!
    Thank you very much for your coupon code. I was delighted to purchase the Malwarebytes Anti-malware application from Jaipur and save with you code. You have been very kind to share it with us.
    I have a small problem though – the scanning takes too long on my computer. I discovered that it is faster if I stop the AVG anti-virus engine, but I am not sure if that is a good idea if I have virus already. What should I do?
    Malwarebytes make an excellent application, it finds any malware and I strongly recommend it to anyone.

    Sanjeev

  38. HolgerW
    Posted February 19, 2010 at 8:29 pm | Permalink

    hi!
    I wanted to tell everyone that I bought MBAM today using this Malwarebytes coupon discount shared by KnRider and it worked great. Unfortunately my browser acted strangely and I was charged twice by Cleverbridge. I thought initially that I had been victim to some sort of fraud, but I called them (they have offices in Germany, so it was very simple for me) and got things straight in less than 10minutes. That was a huge relief, and I want to tell everyone that not only is Malwarebytes Anti-malware the best malware removal tool, but also the support for the online store is flawless. I was very proud to find out their store is German too.

    Many thanks to KnRider and the owners of the blog – this has been of great help to me.

    Tchus,
    Holger

  39. Renee
    Posted February 20, 2010 at 11:54 pm | Permalink

    the code works for French visitors as well. I have used Malwarebytes AM for over a year, but never felt the need to upgrade to the paid version until today. it is true you can save with this coupon, but the application is worth its full price anyway. I save time with the automated downloads, and it works well with my antivirus (McAfee) without any conflivt. Thank you for sharing the code!

    Renee

  40. KnRider
    Posted February 21, 2010 at 11:24 am | Permalink

    Although MBAM and other applications like it can do miracles, there is no replacement for good habits when it comes to avoiding malware infestations. I wanted to list here a few simple things you can do to stay away from trouble, especially for those still using XP:

    1.) Keep your Windows updated!

    * Go to Start > Windows Update or navigate to http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com, and install ALL Critical security updates listed (you will need to use Internet Explorer to do this). If you’re running Windows XP, that of course includes Service Pack 3 (SP3)!

    * If you suspect your computer is infected with Malware of any type, please do NOT install SP3 yet. Run MBAM first. Once you are sure you have a clean system, it is highly recommended to install SP3 and the latest fixes to help prevent against future infections.

    * It’s important always to keep current with the latest security fixes from Microsoft. This can patch many of the security holes through which attackers can infect your computer.
    Please either enable Automatic Updates under Start > Control Panel > Automatic Updates, or get into the habit of checking for Windows updates regularly.

    2.) Watch what you download!

    * Many “freeware” programs come with an enormous amount of bundled spyware that will slow down your system, spawn pop-up advertisements, or just plain crash your browser or even Windows itself.

    * Peer-to-peer (P2P) programs like Kazaa, BearShare, Grokster, Imesh, and others are amongst the most notorious. If you insist on using P2P software, please read this article written by Mike Healan of SpywareInfo. It is an updated and comprehensive article about which P2P programs are “safe” to use. Another good reference is here.

    * Note also that even if the P2P software you are using is “clean”, a large percentage of the files served on the P2P network are likely to be infected. Do not open any files without being certain of what they are!

    3.) Avoid questionable web sites!

    * Many disreputable sites will attempt to install malware on your system through “drive-by” exploits just by visiting the site in your browser. Lyrics sites, free software sites (especially ones that target young children), cracked software sites, and pornography sites are some of the worst offenders.

    * Most of these drive-by attempts will be thwarted if you keep your Windows updated and your internet browser secured (see below). Nevertheless, it is very important only to visit web sites that are trustworthy and reputable.

    * In addition, never give out personal information of any sort online. And never click “OK” to a pop-up unless it is signed by a reputable company and you know what it is!

    * If you have questions you can ask here or check the BleepingComputer website as well.

  41. Nice code Bad store
    Posted February 22, 2010 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

    Did anyone else have a a problem completing the purchase at checkout with Cbridge?
    I can see the malwarebytes discount properly applied, but when I click the button to complete the transaction, it simply get back to the same page and does nothing. I clicked a couple of times, really hope they did not charge me multiple times and not once delivered the products.

    Any advice?

    Peter A.

  42. JakeS
    Posted February 26, 2010 at 1:24 am | Permalink

    I have just used the Malwarebytes coupon code myself and saved approx. 6USD – thank you very much. MBAM is probably the best anti-malware app available today, and I use it in conjunction with Avast! as a killer combo against all kinds of malwares.

    tnx for the code,
    Jake

  43. Izbekistan
    Posted March 3, 2010 at 12:17 am | Permalink

    Hello, boys and girls!
    Coupon worked like a charm, thank you very much. Was afraid I would not find this fine page again, but thanks to my old friend G00gle and your recent comments I nailed it.
    MBAM works great, removes all kinds of crap from my computer, but…. I thought about installing it too late, I guess – when I try to launch any Office app, I get a nasty error and a dump back to desktop. Not nice, reinstall coming this weekend, I am afraid.

    ta ta
    Fred

  44. Mark
    Posted March 5, 2010 at 7:24 am | Permalink

    Let me just say, this program works wonders. I came across a webpage that was infected with malware and it loaded up my PC. System restore was disabled, regedit, etc. I downloaded this program and it completely cleaned my PC! Even if I never need this program again, I still wanted to purchase the full version to thank the creators of the program. Amazing work guys!!

  45. Julius
    Posted March 15, 2010 at 1:36 am | Permalink

    Hi, everybody!
    I noticed that people are commenting here to let everyone know if the malwarebyes code worked for them – so I can confirm it works in South Africa too :-)
    MBAM is a great tool – removing malware was never easier, I guess – I just wish the team would work more on performance, since I use a couple of other programs as well (like Antispyware and Spybot) and they are faster on my PC than Malwarebytes Anti-malware. Anyone seeing this, especially in full scans?
    Anyway, thank you once again for sharing the coupon code, I am glad I found it in time since Sundays are my only days of housekeeping.

    All the best,
    Julius

  46. David
    Posted March 15, 2010 at 11:23 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the coupon code, I saved 20%. I’ve been using the free version of Malwarebytes for a couple years now to scan my system and I really like it. Just recently my system was infected with a trojan virus that using full scans with Avira Premium and Microsoft Security Essentials did not detect. They did not even warn about the infection. When I ran a full scan in Malwarebytes, it found all of the hidden trojans and removed them. I decided to thank Malwarebytes by purchasing a license for the full version, now I am using the active scanner which hopefully will detect these nasty trojans before they infect my system.

  47. Viorel
    Posted March 21, 2010 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

    I try to buy Malwarebytes anti-Malware with the coupon code and it fails. My Mastercard from Egnatia Bank is not accepted for the transaction. Malwarebytes is very good application, I used the free version last year and it was very good.
    Can you tell me if anyone else has the same creidt card problem? How to solve?

    sorry for poor English
    Viorel

  48. Marco
    Posted March 23, 2010 at 2:34 am | Permalink

    The 20% off coupon still works as of 3/23/2010. Thanks!

  49. Mark
    Posted March 24, 2010 at 1:53 pm | Permalink

    Coupon still works great! I am using ESET as well and all is good. No infections. Thanks a million!

  50. Redneck Five0
    Posted April 7, 2010 at 5:46 am | Permalink

    Still works, 20% off, bought two for $32. Thanks

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