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'''Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection''' is an anti-malware and internet security software suite that is provided to all WSU computers.  
 
'''Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection''' is an anti-malware and internet security software suite that is provided to all WSU computers.  

Revision as of 13:55, 12 February 2019

What is Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection?

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Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection is an anti-malware and internet security software suite that is provided to all WSU computers.

Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection can prevent, detect, and remove malware, ransomware, possibly unwanted programs (PUPs), and many other types of malicious software from both Windows and macOS computers.

Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection:

  • protects users from online threats
  • provides real-time protection against a myriad of ever-evolving threats
  • helps remove existing malicious programs
  • is an industry-leader in malware protection

How to Run a Threat Scan

Windows

1. Look for the rounded blue M icon MalwarebytesEndpointProtection.png in the system tray at the lower-right side of your screen.

2. Right click this icon MalwarebytesEndpointProtection.png and choose "Run Threat Scan."

3. The Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection window will appear and inform you of the status of your scan.

macOS

1. Look for the rounded blue M icon MalwarebytesEndpointProtection.png in the menu bar at the upper-right side of your screen.

2. Right click this icon MalwarebytesEndpointProtection.png and choose "Run Threat Scan."

3. The Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection window will appear and inform you of the status of your scan.

More Information

If you have questions about the items that were removed from your machine, please contact technical support. Although you're able to run a threat scan yourself, we want to remind you that we are here to help with any malware-related questions.

You can call WSU Tech Support at 507-457-5240, email AskTech@winona.edu, or stop in to Somsen 207 for any further assistance.