Comodo and Malwarebytes are both giants in cybersecurity, offering a wide range of online safety products. Their high-quality antivirus software uses both signature and behavior scanning to find known and unknown infections.
Comodo’s internal protocols give you low-maintenance malware protection. The sandboxing technology launches all files and apps in a virtual environment to quarantine any infections. Its cloud-based whitelisting ensures scans are as quick as possible. The Application Control locks down your system and only launches safe programs if a threat is detected. The Game Mode pauses pop-up notifications during your gameplay. The only major downside is that Comodo is only available for Windows.
Malwarebytes, on the other hand, is available for all major operating systems. It offers custom application-level scanning and rootkit scanning. Plus, you can edit granular features of the malware checks and schedule them in advance. You also get access to your full report history, as well as pop-up guidance, to teach you about potential threats. Malwarebytes uses an innovative strategy to keep their software bug-free; the “Bug Bounty” drawing could result in a cash prize for anyone who reports a new issue. Finally, the integrated support tool will help you resolve any issues or questions.