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where is a safe, virus free location to dowload free Malwarebytes?

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The free version of Malwarebytes has always worked great on all my computers over the years. I just added a new HD to this laptop and I want to add it. Where is a good link without all that mess that sometimes comes with16 going to a bad site to download?
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Windows 10 Home
64 bit 16 gig
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Perfect! Thank you.
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Thanks for getting back with me right away
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