Malwarebytes for Teams protects small businesses from cybersecurity threats and infections.
You can purchase Malwarebytes for Teams from Malwarebytes Store or through My Account if you have a login. Depending on how many devices you want to support, you can choose a subscription between 1 to 20 devices. Malwarebytes for Teams supports the following operating systems:
Note: If your team members use iOS devices, they’ll have to purchase an individual subscription from the Apple store.
Find the License Key
Once you’ve purchased the subscription, you will receive a license key that you can share with the rest of your team. Your license key is included in the email confirmation that you received after purchase.
Install and Activate
Once you have the license key share it with your team members using a secure channel then direct your team to download and install the app on their individual devices. Post installation, your team members can activate the subscription using the license key you shared.
Your team members can refer to our product guides to understand how to make the best use of Malwarebytes depending on the operating system they use:
Manage your team’s devices
Set device alerts
You can set alerts to receive email notifications if one of your devices hasn’t been scanned in the last seven days. When you receive these email notifications, contact your that team member and direct them to schedule security scans. Learn how to set Device Alerts in My Account.
You'll receive monthly reports via email that provides information on the threats detected on your team’s devices and other security events and activities. Reports are enabled automatically.
Brute Force Protection (Windows Only)
Brute Force Protection (BFP) monitors Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol by protecting your devices from suspicious connections via remote devices. It temporarily blocks IP addresses with suspicious login attempts and notifies you of the blocks. Click here to learn more.
Tamper Protection (Windows Only)
You can restrict admins or other remote users from uninstalling Malwarebytes from your Windows device using the User access feature available within the General tab of the Settings page. Upon enabling this feature, users have to enter a password or the license key to uninstall Malwarebytes from their device. Click here to learn more.