Interview with Malwarebytes' founder, Marcin Kleczynski
I found this an interesting read.
"We recently had the chance to chat with founder and CEO Marcin Kleczynski about the company’s early days, the evolution of malware, his views on the industry, and more.
Julio: Malwarebytes was a bootstrapped company and that usually makes for a unique story on how you got started. Tell us a bit about your background, what motivated you and how you went on creating the company."
Read the rest at TechSpot
That was an interesting read. I've used their software on a few occasions. It has always worked well for me.
It's a staple for me... probably the most useful utility for finding and removing malware, overall (I don't mean it fixes everything, but if it's successful it takes away 90% of the pain)
I do find the paid for version to be pointless though. For real time protection (prevention) it's better to have something like Avira which has more comprehensive detections. I do not believe in overlapping layers of security software... that's when the cure becomes worse than the disease.