Emsisoft News, Reviews & Awards [Sep, 29, 2016]

Emsisoft Anti-Malware earns itself another AV-Test seal

The Emsisoft team are delighted to count another AV-Test seal among many of Emsisoft Anti-Malware’s industry certifications.

Alerts & Outbreaks, Security Knowledge [Sep, 23, 2016]

Yahoo hack hits half a billion users

In the biggest data leak ever made public, Yahoo announces that half a billion user accounts have been compromised. Here’s what you need to know.

Security Knowledge [Sep, 22, 2016]

Are all hackers criminals?

Not all hackers are created equal. Did you know there are different kinds? The key to categorising them lies in permission.

Security Knowledge [Sep, 22, 2016]

How to identify your ransomware infection to find the right decrypter tool

We spoke with Michael Gillespie at Malware Hunter Team, a group of researchers who share our commitment to protecting you and your data, have developed a website that will allow you to find out what type of ransomware your computer has been infected with and if there is a decryption tool available.

Emsisoft News [Sep, 14, 2016]

How to use Emsisoft Enterprise Console to manage protection for your company network

Emsisoft is known for its personal protection options. But, we also specialise in protection for entire company networks. Our enterprise console is free to businesses to ensure the efficient management of security across your network. Here’s how it works.

Security Knowledge [Sep, 2, 2016]

Fabiansomware: when hackers lose it

Our lab works to crack new strains of ransomware and as a result are often at the receiving end of abuse from hackers who can no longer profit from their malware. Recently, the abuse has become personal with abuse being coded directly into new variants aimed directly at Fabian, the head of our Malware Lab.

Alerts & Outbreaks [Sep, 1, 2016]

Change your passwords now: Dropbox hack affects 68 million users

In 2012, Dropbox reported a security breach. Last week they issued a forced password reset to thousands of users. Today, the email and passwords of their users has appeared for sale on hacker databases. Here’s what you need to know.