Keep in mind that some security researchers have advised not to to use multiple anti-exploit applications because using more than one of them at the same time can hamper Return-oriented programming (ROP), and other exploit checks. This in turn can result in the system becoming even more vulnerable than if only one anti-exploit application is running. In some cases multiple tools can cause interference with each other and program crashes.
While you should use an antivirus (even just the Windows Defender tool built into Windows 10, 8.1, and 8) as well as an anti-exploit program, you shouldn’t use multiple anti-exploit programs...These types of tools could potentially interfere with each other in ways that cause applications to crash or just be unprotected, too.
I have Emsisoft Anti-Malware and HitmanPro.Alert with CryptoGuard.
At the time (June 2015) I purchased a three-year license for both of these, EAM did not feature anti-exploit protection, which is why I also purchased a license for the latter.
Now, however, EAM features anti-exploit protection too, so hence, my question is as follows;
Should I let either Emsisoft AM or HMP.Alert provide anti-exploit protection?
Thank you very much in advance!