Malwarebytes has changed: Used to be, there were three programs: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit, and Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware. The first two were available as free (with limited features) and the third as a beta.
Now, with the advent of Malwarebytes Premium 3.0, all three programs are housed under that single roof with a unified display.
"Good news: Malwarebytes 3.0 comes as a free and premium version. The free version offers a manual scanner only that detects and cleans the system when you run it, the premium version offers real-time protection against threats. This is identical to how Malwarebytes Anti-Malware handled things previously.
Not so good news: The Malwarebytes Anti-Exploit and Anti-Ransomware programs are no longer available as standalone downloads. The only way to retain access is to block the installation to Malwarebytes 3.0." - gHacks
From the Malware blog:
"But rest assured, we continue to support compatibility if you choose to use a third-party antivirus or other security software alongside Malwarebytes 3.0." - Malwarebyte's blog
It's worthwhile reading not only gHack's article but the blog as well, since it has subscription info which might be relevant to you with any subscription you might already have.
The best news? With Malwarebytes Premium 3.0 you don't need additional antiviral, etc. protection. The bad news is that ease of management of all three of the stand alone (free) stuff won't be free, and I'm not sure what their updating will be into 2017...