Meet the newest ransomware family that adopts sophisticated encryption techniques and modern commercial models in its quest for riches.
Today, Emsisoft CTO/researcher Fabian Wosar released a new version of the Emsisoft Globe Ransomware Decrypter that can recover files locked by the latest version of this threat that made its presence felt for the first time during the summer of 2016.
Version 220.127.116.1160 is a minor release that adds improvements in usability, compatibility and stability
Emsisoft researcher Fabian Wosar has created a decrypter for the newly discovered OpenToYou ransomware that will allow infected victims to recover encrypted files without needing to pay a ransom.
It was the year when ransomware went from wide spread to epidemic dimensions, but Emsisoft is here to help. Our version 12 protection software series introduced a number of valuable improvements that help you fight all types of malware.
Abandoned websites have become the breeding ground for malware injection and ransomware infection. Users and admins alike, here’s what you need to know.
Emsisoft joins the No More Ransom Project as associate partner to provide decryption tools and support law enforcement to bring down cyber criminals.
Yahoo has yet again reported a record-breaking data breach, this time impacting as many as one billion users.
Meet ‘Harry,’ a 53 year-old working professional who was the victim of a ransomware attack. His story is a perfect example of how with the click of a button 20 years worth of data can simply vanish before your eyes.
Emsisoft Anti-Malware has won another VB100 Award in Virus Bulletin’s Comparative Tests. This time for it’s performance on Windows10 64-bit.
The largest Google account breach is affecting as many as 13,000 Android users every day. The main objective of the malware is to increase ad revenue for its developers but there are greater implications such as data theft and third-party access to devices.
Emsisoft announces the release of Emsisoft Emergency Kit Version 12. Updated features include an improved scanning engine and an updated user interface.
Version 18.104.22.16870 is a minor release that adds improvements in usability, compatibility and stability
In November 2016, Emsisoft and Surf Life Saving New Zealand announced a joint project to keep swimmers safe. As drowning deaths escalate worldwide, this internationally-focused research hopes to influence water safety authorities globally. Today the project launched on the nearshore of Mt Maunganui, New Zealand, with the deployment of our drones and drifters to map water currents and rip behaviour.
Popups on your computer telling you that your computer is infected may not be all that they seem. Many scammers are now using popups to scare users into calling for tech support only to be harassed into purchasing services they don’t need.
Though only live for a few weeks, version 12 of our internet security products are already top-rated performers as demonstrated in AVLabs most recent test.