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MalwareBytes claims that the latest 4.X releases can be used as
an antivirus program (not the free, on-demand only version.)
However, because they don't use standard definition or signature
files I feel a bit jittery depending on it as my main security
tool. Their reasons for why this is a nonissue are somewhat
compelling and I realize that standard definition files are not
the only way to protect a computer. Still I am not comfortable
using it as my sole or even my primary security tool.
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019
On 6/9/2020 12:55 PM, Blind Tech
tutorials And Tips wrote:
You can use malware bites, it is about 90%
accessible, and mostly useable, and it is a very strong
anti-virus software, most prefer it ove others. Yes windows
defender is the most accessible, but if you want a better
antivirus, that is accessible 90% of the time and is much more
secure than windows defender, I would go for malware bites.
On Sat, Jun 6, 2020 at 8:20
PM david Jennette <dcjenn@...
I sent this an hour or so ago but
didn’t see it post to the list so I’m going to try
again. Sorry if you all get the message a second time.
I’m wondering if windows defender
is still the best antivirus software to use with jaws
or if there are now other packages that are accessible
now. I figured I’d ask because some time has passed
and things might have changed. Thanks.