MalwareBytes Anti Exploit free software

I would welcome comments from Experts on this software.  Does it work? Any downsides?
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It's worked very well for me in the past as it has helped with what anti virus programs wouldn't and what I didn't want to remove manually.  Just know that you do have to pay for a license if using it in a business environment.
Tony GiangrecoCommented:
I've use MalwareBytes on tons of infected PC's.  It generally works well but many times (as with all anti spyware apps) I use multiple applications to clean a PC. There have been many PC's I've seen where none of the apps would clean out a virus or spyware and I've had to perform a clean install. The more you would with infected systems, you will learn that if a system looks clean, it may not be totally clean and you have it back in the shop the next day again.  That's why I recommend a clean install if it's highly infected.

Other apps I've used are:

Kaspersky TDSSKiller
ESET online scanner
Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit
If you don’t have any Anti Virus installed, here are a few free ones to try:
jcimarronAuthor Commented:

Remember my question is about MalwareBytes Anti Exploit free--not MalwareBytes free, itself.

Is there any conflict with antivirus or other security programs?
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
I also use Makwarebytes AntiExploit on my desktop. I used it with Symantec Endpoint Protection and then moved to ESET antiVirus and never found a conflict with either one.

Hope this helps!
Thomas Zucker-ScharffSolution GuideCommented:
I've used MBAE and had no conflicts.  It seems to work well. I keep it in my software tool chest.

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jcimarronAuthor Commented:
I was hoping for more responses, but thanks to those that did.
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