As an anti-malware company with German roots, Emsisoft is not unaffected by WikiLeaks and FinFisher. We’d like to let all of you know that we do not “whitelist” any type of lawful interception malware.
Oppressive regimes are buying surveillance malware. Shouldn’t there be some control to ensure that developers like FinFisher don’t sell their products to questionable governments?
Any Linux, Unix, or Mac OS X machine running versions 1.14.0 to 4.3 of the Bash command interpreter is vulnerable to remote execution of malicious code.
Between April and September 2014, approximately 56 million unique payment card credentials were stolen using malware. That’s the largest point of sale data breach on record.
Alert! eBay item listings are redirecting to phishing pages. Cross site scripting has been found in use.
Do you think about security when you download an eBook? What if that eBook could allow a hacker to access your Amazon account and max out all its credit cards?
Komputerswiat.pl has named the Emsisoft Emergency Kit an Editor’s Choice! And who said you couldn’t get malware-free for free?
A flaw in the Android Browser app allows attackers to steal personal info and hijack authenticated sessions. All Android versions prior to 4.4 are affected.
“If you need solid protection with advanced and effective technologies to detect the entire spectrum of threats – Emsisoft Internet Security 9 is for you.” – AVLab.pl
5 million Gmail usernames & passwords were dumped on a Bitcoin forum. Don’t wait to find out if you’re affected – just change your password and enable 2FA. Here’s how.
Does your company use the Salesforce CRM to track and manage leads and contacts? If so, your employees might just become the targets of a malware attack.
The Home Depot is currently investigating a potential point of sale data breach that may affect 99% of its U.S. based stores.