Malwarebytes Antimalware is the industry leading cybersecurity protection tool that detects and remediate rootkits, worms, web-shell scripts, rogues, spyware and other dangerous malware & ransomware from your Windows server.
For the modern organization’s infrastructure, server attacks are lethal. By compromising servers, cybercriminals gain an essential foothold to access the organization’s data. With 70 percent of organizations reporting that their data is critically important to operations, server security is essential to ensure that corporate data is safely protected and accessible at all times.
Ransomware has become one of the most frequent and disruptive types of incidents that IT professional must deal with. Attackers are increasingly raising the stakes by threatening to leak stolen data publicly where victims are reluctant to pay the ransom. Attackers grow more sophisticated, sitting on a network overtime and looking round for the most high-value data to encrypt, as well as any online backups to obstruct recovery.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers is built for organizations of all sizes that value simplicity and efficiency. The solution provides comprehensive malware protection and remediation for your server infrastructure, driven from a single cloud console that provides visibility into all activity across your organization— from servers to workstations.
Over 68% of firms suffered recent attacks and 80% were unknown “zero-day” threats.
Almost 60% of firms need zero-day detection, but high false positives are a key concern.
More than 61% of firms say complexities and limited staff are significant EDR challenges.
One server attack can bring your operations to a rapid halt. Cybercriminals understand that by targeting servers, they can inflict maximum damage, while still spreading laterally to other organizational servers and workstations. These data-rich targets provide criminals with the opportunity for data theft and ransom of sensitive information like financials, intellectual property, and more. That’s why securing servers is vital to protecting the reputation of your organization, as well as from the loss of money, productivity, and critical data.
While endpoint attacks are exasperating, server attacks are lethal. By targeting servers, cybercriminals gain access to critical data like financials, intellectual property, and more—opening the door to system-wide data loss, ransomware, and worse. Today it’s crucial to protect servers to prevent the loss of time, money, user productivity, and your organization’s reputation.
Detection and protection against ransomware, malware, trojans, rootkits, backdoors, viruses, brute force attacks, and “zero-day” unknown threats.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response for Windows and Mac can easily replace or augment other endpoint security solutions, including Microsoft Defender.
Malwarebytes EDR uses unique Anomaly Detection machine learning to not only detect known threats, but also find unknown “zero-day” threats.
Malwarebytes EDR offers remote worker optimization, industry-leading efficiency, high return on investment (ROI), and low total cost of ownership (TCO)
Higher Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) usage resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have exposed an exploitable vector for ransomware.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response now includes Malwarebytes Brute Force Protection to block malicious login attempts and prevent intrusion attacks targeting RDP on Windows workstations and servers.
Malwarebytes powerful scan and detection engine provides stronger protection against infections from exploits and packaged and polymorphic malware, making it ideal for remote work environments where users may be easier targets.
Sophisticated attacks exploit entry points and security holes, and once attackers are inside, they can set hooks that cause serious damage.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response now includes improved enterprise-class detection that leverages our anomaly detection machine learning technology. “Zero-day” detection has been enhanced to find and stop unknown threats.
Obfuscated malware can cleverly bypass traditional EDR. Our expanded detection capabilities catch these threats, and our enhanced behavioral detection alerts on anomalies in user behaviors.
The average enterprise security team spends over 25 percent of their time chasing thousands of false positive alerts each month (Ponemon).
Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response solves this problem by ensuring an optimal balance between high effectivity with our advanced anomaly detection and low false positives alerts.
New U.S. and international compliance mandates now require more stringent protection of Personal Information (PI). Firms may only have small windows to prove that alerts did not expose PI or they could be fined, forced to publicly announce, and be sued for millions.
If an endpoint is attacked, you can easily halt malware from spreading and causing harm.
Network isolation limits device communications, so attackers are locked out and malware can’t “phone home.”
Process isolation restricts which operations can run, halting malware while still allowing end users to work away.
Desktop isolation alerts the end user of the threat, temporarily blocks their access, yet keeps the device online for analysis.
With multiple modes of attack isolation, both security teams and end-users maximize their productivity even during attacks.
Find and reverse all major and subtle changes made by malware.
While traditional approaches focus on removing only the active executable, they ignore residual change that leads to re-infection or pesky PUPs and PUMs. You’re then left to reimage the device, or hope for the best.
Quite the opposite, the proprietary Malwarebytes Linking Engine tracks every artifact, change, and process alteration (including memory executables others miss). A true “one and done” solution, it then maps out the correct path to remove all malware permanently, including PUPs and PUMs.
For Windows environments, paying ransomware is no longer a requirement.
It’s possible because Malwarebytes make use of local cache on each endpoint, storing all relevant changes to the device for up to 72 hours. If you’re infected, Malwarebytes simply backs out device changes and restores files that were encrypted, deleted, or modified. And data storage space isn’t an issue, as Malwarebytes proprietary dynamic exclusion technology learns “good” behavior of applications and minimizes storage utilized.
The result is peace of mind knowing that ransomware won’t damage your bottom line, reputation, customer experience, or team productivity.
This function does not act as a full backup to your server as file restoration service.
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Protect both your Windows servers and workstations from being compromise by trojans, malwares, rootkits and ransomware.
Malwarebytes Incident Response (IR) is a threat detection and remediation tool built on a highly scalable, cloud-based management platform. It scans networked endpoints for advanced threats including malware, PUPs, and adware and thoroughly removes them. Malwarebytes Incident Response improves your threat detection and the time it takes to respond to an attack with the added benefits of scalability, flexibility, and automation.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection (EP) and Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers is a complete malware protection and remediation solution with predictive threat detection, proactive threat blocking, and integrated end-to-end protection. Driven from the cloud through a single pane of glass, Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection provides flexible management and speed for organizations of all sizes. And, both endpoints and servers are protected against advanced malware threats including ransomware.
Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) for Servers makes it easy to quickly investigate, isolate, remediate, and recover from threats—all in a matter of minutes. The solution’s “one-and-done” remediation thoroughly and permanently removes infections in a single operation from both endpoints and servers. And, Ransomware Rollback returns the device to a known, healthy state even after ransomware has triggered.
We only offer yearly subscription for now on both Malwarebytes EDR for Windows workstations and Windows servers.
Malwarebytes subscription goes by "seats" / "devices". If you are taking down one of the server, uninstall the agents and login to your Malwarebytes dashboard to remove the device to free up the license.
Yep, we do offer a 15 days free trial for 2 devices. Reach out to our team to make a request for the Malwarebytes EDR free trial.
Lodge a support ticket in our client portal and we will have the issue escalated to Malwarebytes support team.
Your credit card or PayPal will be automatically charged as the invoice is due by our automation system. This is to ensure you protect your Windows servers without any interruption. If you wish to cancel the license, please do login to the client portal and issue a cancellation request before the service due date to avoid any charges being made.
Refund can be arrange with monthly pro-rate calculation. For 12 months subscription, if you decide to cancel during your first month, we will refund 11 months of subscription to you. To avoid the hassle and ensure the product works for you, consider taking the 15 days trial.