As far as I know yes providing MalwareBytes is being used as an on-demand scanner and updater.
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On 26/09/2010 0:39, Yadiel Sotomayor wrote:
Hello list: I know this is off topic, but I want to know something. Can I have my version of avast (5.01) and malwhere bytes installed on the same computer? Yadiel Sotomayor yadosotomayor@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:yadosotomayor@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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