Are bitcoin and the blockchain to blame for the recent explosion in ransomware? Explore the payment methods that are supporting the new wave of cybercrime.
Starting 1 October 2017, Emsisoft Internet Security will be merged with Emsisoft Anti-Malware.
The new Forensic Log allows you to reproduce exactly what happened and when, while the new Auto-resolve mode for the Behavior Blocker makes all decisions on its own.
The latest Nemucod ransomware variant, dubbed NemucodAES, is trying to make a mark. Emsisoft’s free decrypter is here to help free your files.
As the dust settles, we revisit Petya ransomware to assess the impact it has had, what the motivation was behind it, and why so many high profile companies were still caught by surprise.
Improved Emsisoft Behavior Blocker to detect and stop attempts of Double Pulsar to exploit the computer. Also introducing a new Email Notification feature with granular settings.
A Petya ransomware variant is attacking computer networks worldwide, using the same NSA exploits as Wannacry. Emsisoft’s Lab team analyzes the latest threat in detail.
Emsisoft Anti-Malware received the highest possible award for the fifth time in a row in AV Comparatives performance test results.
Crypto-ransomware locks your files to demand money. What makes this malware threat credible? Modern encryption methods. Find out how it works.
Meet doxware: exploitationware that comes with the added threat of sharing your personal information online.
Concerned about #WannaCry ransomware? Never fear, the Emsisoft Malware Lab are here to explain all you need to know about this latest ransomware outbreak.
WCry ransomware is the latest global outbreak that is using known NSA exploits to attack systems. Here’s all you need to know and how to stay protected.