Malwarebytes is running a holiday deal where you can get 40% off Malwarebytes Premium and the Malwarebytes for Teams business product for a limited time.

If you have been waiting to purchase a license or know someone who needs a good antivirus program, these savings are significant. This is especially true if you buy multi-year multi-device licenses or bundle it with Malwarebytes Privacy, their new VPN software.

The latest version of Malwarebytes is 4.2, and it was released at the end of October with enhanced protection, including faster scan speeds and better protection against malware, ransomware, and exploits.

Malwarebytes 4.2.3

The features in Malwarebytes Premium include:

  • Fast PC scans and malware removal.
  • Remove not only malware but adware and potentially unwanted programs as well.
  • Malwarebytes' real-time protection module protects you from online threats and malware attempting to launch on your computer.
  • Web protection module protects you from online scams, exploit kits, and malicious web sites.
  • Malwarebytes' ransomware protection module behaviorally detects ransomware and blocks it.
  • Protect your computer from malicious exploit kits.

With this holiday deal, a 1-year license of Malwarebytes Premium is discounted 40% from $39.99 to $25.67, and a 2-year license is now $51.35.

If you are looking for a business license, Malwarebytes for Teams is also 40% off for the holidays. Unlike the consumer version, Malwarebytes for Teams includes priority phone support and monthly security reports, 

This deal is available now through January 8th, 2021.

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