Techbench is designed to be a 'plug-in-and-leave' solution for technicians looking to address the growing volume of tenacious malware which is resistant to traditional anti-virus and hard to remove. Simply inserting the USB stick will automatically start a background scan of the entire machine, silently restarting when needed and installing Malwarebytes Anti-Malware on the cleaned computer if required.
Techbench automatically quarantines all malicious software on the USB stick to prevent reinfection. The software also uses Malwarebytes Chameleon, a product designed to neutralize modern malware's automatic countermeasures.
The product was directly conceived by Malwarebytes' founder and CEO
Commenting on the launch, Malwarebytes Chief Executive Officer,
"Techbench will address this problem by providing something which can simply be plugged in and automatically remove the problem. Hopefully, it will make the lives of computer technicians that little bit better."
Malwarebytes Techbench is available on a wearable lanyard and is debuting at a special introductory price of
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