Malwarebytes uses the detection name “Exploit” for a category of malware that uses known exploits to deliver their payloads. Exploits are known vulnerabilities in software that can be abused to gain some level of control over the systems running the affected software.
Exploits in general are not the malware payload, but a means to an end—their goal being to get the payload on the target system. Exploits are usually downloaded from the Internet or delivered as email attachments without the user’s knowledge.
Malwarebytes protects agains exploits by using anti-exploit technology and real-time protection.
Malwarebytes can detect and remove files detected as Exploit. without further user interaction.
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