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welcome everyone to another malar geek review today we're going to be taking a look at mallards anti-malware premium this is going to be the full review yesterday we took a look at the anti ransomware technology integrated into malwarebytes and it was a disaster most of the ransomware got through such as one across a tana other Ransom malware I did test the beta version of this product a while back and I wasn't too impressed with the performance then so I want to give you guys like a final kind of all-around look at this product and see if it's you know improved since the beta version although we know how they're anti ransomware technology works or lack thereof so in terms of the usability of the product I do like the layout of malwarebytes anti-malware premium you have your different tabs here your scan tab which you can scan the computer just a general threat scan a custom scan or a hyper scan the quarantine which is pretty obvious that's where malware is quarantined when it is detected and then you have your different tabs here from your application tab where you can turn notifications on and off your updates etc you have your protection tab here where you can turn the different modules of malwarebytes anti-malware premium on and off you can schedule scans here your exclusions I'm not going to go into the my account or About tab because I'm using my key that I no longer use for malwarebytes anti-malware so I won't be showing everybody that on camera so we're going to check for updates the updates are current for malwarebytes let's take a look at the RAM usage or its resource usage it's a little higher than it used to be but it's not bad overall I haven't really noticed a slowdown in the system so anyways so decent on RAM usage and good on usability so I have some malware links here we're going to do our typical test of 10 malware links and then we're going to see what its overall detection rate is as well as how it can deal with unknown malware so smart screen filter is off and so let's start punching these links in and see how well it does here's our first malware link okay that one was blocked by the web filter caught by their web filter that's good it's good to see let's try the next one okay this one loads up and for some reason the product the actual executable doesn't want to run from Internet Explorer I don't know why that is it's kind of weird let's execute it appears to have executed in memory let's see here yep it's right there in memory the description gives it away immediately that is malware some random description there and it's now gone so that one appears to have gotten through no alert we will proceed and we will see what happened at the end and this one loads up as well again I don't know why it doesn't want to run from the actual Internet Explorer the signature of e-catalog guide exe is corrupt or invalid okay for some reason I eat not let that one download let's try that one again I will try to save that one on the desktop yeah for some reason it's not letting it download so that's fine we'll move on oops okay here's our next malicious URL tax task manager dot exe and it's blocked by malwarebytes web signature now one is also blocked by malwarebytes by the web filter that one got caught as well here's our next malicious URL Android random numbers exe this one loads up and we will execute it okay potential threat automatically quarantined a potentially unwanted program and that one was caught by the signatures okay that one is in memory so far no alert it just launched a comm circuit so no alert we will proceed and we will find out at the end of the test that one is dead we will find out at the end of the test what happened and that one was blocked by the malwarebytes web signatures and it looks like we have some kind of adware here or something that loaded onto the machine some kind of Chinese or something kind of Chinese program or something is loaded up under the machine so let me grab a couple more links okay I grabbed a couple more links here both of these are Russian domains so let's try the first one this one we will save as an executable on the desktop and we will run it okay that one was caught as it's a Trojan that was caught by the signatures and let's try this another update exe and it's probably not another update it's probably malicious and that one was caught as well it's a some sort of adware and it was blocked by malware rights so oh this eat catalog one actually downloaded so let's try it just for fun get it run and think it ran when you try that again let's try to eat catalog that exe just for fun it ran supposedly supposed to be the tor browser but doesn't look like tor browser because it's just deleted itself and it's for wanting to run this other executable here that is probably the payload it's never a good thing when something deletes itself from your desktop that's not normal behavior at all so anyways I'm going to let this run for a minute or two and then I'll grab empro and Ximena and we'll see what kind of a infection we have going on here because I believe we do have some infection so I'll be right back okay so the second opinion scanners have finished and as I suspected we do have some malware we have a holo process which is actually running in memory right here the original executable for that ECAD alog exe is still on the desktop but it's hidden from my view but the bolt scanners caught it it added a file to apt at a local temp which is actually also running in memory and this one was also part of this a trojan added a file to app data roaming in addition to that if we go into MS config because I did do that while the scanners were running it has added itself to the startup menu the actual registry key was not detected by either scanner but it did add itself to the startup and it's actually starting this file when the computer starts up the holo process I believe was already in memory before I loaded up this Trojan holo process is used by malware too as a container type of thing to run code I believe that was already in memory so that could be another infection I didn't find any other malicious or at least the scanners didn't find any other malicious changes and so same thing that a hitman pro found although hitman pro did not find that holo process so not a great performance overall in terms of the link test I mean definitely the machine is infected I think there's more malicious things going on like this I believe was already in memory before I loaded up that catalog Trojan so I mean not a great performance overall on the link test so I'm going to grab a pack of malware I'm still downloading it so it'll be just a minute I'm going to grab a pack of malware stick it on the desktop and then we're going to we're going to see well malwarebytes overall detection rate is and how it can handle unknown malware brought but I don't know so we'll see I'll be back okay so I restored the machine to a clean state and drag to pack a malware onto the desktop we have 573 of our lovely friends in this folder I disabled the malware protection module I'm going to make sure that the updates are current they are and we're going to scan this folder with malwarebytes and see what the detection ratio is so I'll be back okay so malwarebytes finish scanning we had 359 objects left over and we started with what did I say 573 so 573 - 359 so it detected 214 items out of 573 oh boy 37.3% that is absolutely terrible for comparison's sake because I wanted to make sure I wasn't crazy and that all these files were benign I did a scan with Ximena and Ximena found an additional one hundred and fifty one items out of the 359 that are malicious that doesn't mean that some of those files that it didn't detect art malicious because these are fairly recent samples so just to be fair so if we take 359 - 151 208 so we could say that 208 of those files are actually malicious if we take 214 plus the 208 or 282 those are actually not malicious I'm sorry so I got to do my math again so the 214 it detected plus the 151 so it's still a 58.6% detection rate even if I only said there were 151 they were left over that were actually malicious so that's still terrible so I'm going to run some of these I'm going to turn the real-time protection back on for malwarebytes and we're going to see if it can detect some of these so I'm just going to start randomly running them and we're going to see what happens so let's try it okay that one's probably not malicious let's try this one that one doesn't work and we had some malware in memory let's try this one this one's probably some sort of adware now Avast yeah sure yeah that's definitely a vast right that is definitely 100% of my opinion probably malicious because what is that even so what does that say Avast Antivirus did catch a Trojan Trojan dot kill MBR so looks like it was trying to download something in the background and kill MBR I wonder if that's actually a Master Boot Record Trojan so it is catching some things that are trying to install that one doesn't work let's try this one Mozilla Firefox right yeah sure this one has no description I'm going to run a couple more of these and then we're going to call it a day doesn't work copy Mar whatever that is so that just hide that folder no it didn't something tried to load up a website on our on a either like we're getting some errors from these now we have some sort of Chinese malware running in memory okay well I think I've run enough of these that we get an idea of you know what's going on here so okay that caught some kind of a Trojan trying to come in let's uh I'm going to delete this folder then and then we're gonna delete I'm going to delete the folder and then we're going to just see if see what we got going on here so I'll be back okay so Ximena finished scanning hitman pro is still uploading things to the cloud oh boy we have a hollow process running we have some of these are on the desktop I wasn't able to delete them we have a virus on here we have some kind of obfuscated Trojan we have malware running and apt at a local temp this is a some sort of virus we have a Trojan in app data roaming another trojan and app data local temp oh but my favorite part and I think it's part of something related to this virus here we can take a look at this oops hang on a second it's not what I wanted to do we'll take a look at the hitman pro results in just a second yeah this 18x see obviously that's malware just by the name I can tell if we take a look at this and we take a look right here it's this problem this executable right here which is actually the legitimate dimana an time our setup executable has been modified it actually started uploading zamana actually started uploading its own executable to the cloud and it is infected it looks like we have some sort of a patching virus on here there's a lot of files that are detected as the same type of infection wow that's great because I download the disk from the internet it was clean when I downloaded it actually I download it from the host machine so looks like we have some sort of patching virus on here we have let me see here well this is labeled as a worm by semana anti-malware setup is labeled as a worm by hitman pro we have a Trojan probably some of this stuff is the same we have a worm again it looks like some sort of patching virus because it's labeled with the same signature as these Amana anti-malware setup is so anyways let's get to the conclusion of this review my thoughts on malwarebytes it's a disaster as you can see it's zero day protection is non-existent its detection rate is poor it didn't do very well on the link test the only thing that has that's it's going for it is its usability and it's it's a resource usage other than that it's a complete disaster you know yesterday it's anti ransomware technology is poorly implemented and you know it's not any better than when I tested it in the beta version it just it's didn't perform in the beta versions not performing here and I think part of that has to contribute to the fact that malwarebytes is just trying to do too much they're trying to replace their traditional antivirus and they're failing at it they really are this I wouldn't even trust this to back up my antivirus to be honest with you you know I used to be a big fan of malwarebytes and I still have it on my computer but that's not going to be lasting for very long because they're just they're trying to do too much they're trying to replace that traditional antivirus and you know they need to go back to the roots where they were just that second opinion scanner that everybody could rely upon to backup the antivirus and it was great back then but it's it's a disaster now so anyways I hope you guys enjoyed this video and if you liked it please subscribe and share this with your family and friends don't buy malwarebytes anti-malware premium it's not worth it save your money and get something else so I'll talk to you guys later you
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|Supported Operating System: Win XP, Win XP 64 bit, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit, Win 8, Win 8 64 bit, Win 10, Win 10 64 bit|