Three modes of isolation stop malware cold.

isolation

If an endpoint is attacked, now it’s easy to halt malware from spreading. Only Malwarebytes Detection and Response maximizes IT flexibility and minimizes end user inconveniences, drawing from three modes of device isolation:

  • Network isolation limits device communications, so attackers are locked out and malware can’t “phone home.”
  • Process isolation restricts which operations can run, halting malware while still allowing end users to work away.
  • Desktop isolation alerts the end user of the threat, temporarily blocks their access, yet keeps the device online for analysis.
With multiple modes of attack isolation, both security teams and end-users maximize their productivity even during attacks.

Thorough remediation ensures you’re good as new.

remediation

Only Malwarebytes meticulously finds and reverses all major and subtle changes made by malware, returning your endpoint to its healthy, pre-attack state.

While traditional approaches focus on removing only the active executable, they ignore residual change that leads to re-infection or pesky PUPs and PUMs. You’re then left to reimage the device, or hope for the best.

Quite the opposite, the proprietary Malwarebytes Linking Engine tracks every artifact, change, and process alteration (including memory executables others miss). A true “one and done” solution, it then maps out the correct path to remove all malware permanently, including PUPs and PUMs.

Ransomware rollback saves money and your reputation.

Ransomware rollback

Don’t pay ransom, ever. With one click, Malwarebytes incident responders reverse all damage by rolling back affected devices and files to a pre-attack state.

It’s possible because we make use of local cache on each endpoint, storing all relevant changes to the device for up to 72 hours. If you’re infected, Malwarebytes simply backs out device changes and restores files that were encrypted, deleted, or modified. And data storage space isn’t an issue, as our proprietary dynamic exclusion technology learns “good” behavior of applications and minimizes storage utilized.

The result is peace of mind knowing that ransomware won’t damage your bottom line, reputation, customer experience, or team productivity.

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