All applications installed on your computer can have flaws in their codes that can be exploited to deliver malware and cause all kinds of problems. These security vulnerabilities are known as “exploits” and they most often affect web browsers. That's one of the reasons why web browsers are so often updated, as they are considerably prone to being harmed by exploits. Anyway, a better way to protect yourself and your data against being affected by exploits than to wait for your browsers to be updated is to install and use Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit, a handy tool created with the sole and specific purpose of offering reliable protection against this type of threat.
Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is remarkably reliable and accurate, mostly thanks to the fact that it protects browsers against exploits by using no less than four security layers. I wouldn't have expected otherwise, as the Malwarebytes security products are well-known for their reliability.
It supports all the popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and others, and it works perfectly fine next to your usual antivirus solution.
The free version of Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit can protect only web browsers and Java against exploits, but if you purchase the Premium version you can protect other apps as well, such as media players, office suites, PDF readers, and so on.
Cutting long story short, Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit is a handy tool that anyone interested in the security of their data should consider starting to use.