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Should i have any of Malwarebytes 3.0 RTP features enabled with KIS?

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#1 MiniCheese27


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Posted 04 November 2017 - 10:33 AM

So I'm thinking of pairing these two together as I've used Malwarebytes for some time and still like it. But I saw some people talking about how your anti-malware should have it's RTP disabled and just to let your anti-virus take care of RTP things. So in my case, the AV would be Kaspersky Internet Security.


Is this true? If so, should I turn off all of Malwarebyte's RTP or just say website and ransomware protection for example?



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Posted 04 November 2017 - 08:09 PM

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium works well and should run alongside your existing antivirus software without problems. In fact, Malwarebytes has been conducting AV Compatibility Testing for years.

With the launch of Malwarebytes 3.x...we continue to support compatibility if you choose to use a third-party antivirus or other security software alongside Malwarebytes 3.x.

Announcing Malwarebytes 3.x, a next-generation antivirus replacement

...For our users who do prefer to continue using a traditional antivirus alongside Malwarebytes, by all means please continue to do so. Malwarebytes will always maintain compatibility with all major security software on the market, both free and paid. In particular, Microsoft’s traditional antivirus Windows Defender is included by default and for free with Windows 8 and 10, and is a useful additional layer alongside Malwarebytes 3.x.

Malwarebytes 3.x FAQs: Third-Party Testing & Antivirus Replacement

However, in some rare instances, you may need to add Exclusions for both the anti-virus and Malwarebytes in their respective Exclusions list to resolve problems and achieve the best possible system performance.
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