Emsisoft News, Reviews & Awards [Oct, 31, 2016]

Emsisoft Anti-Malware earns Advanced+ rating in AV-Comparatives Performance Test

The Emsisoft team are proud to receive another Advanced+ rating in AV-Comparatives Performance Test.

Emsisoft News [Oct, 19, 2016]

New: Emsisoft Anti-Malware 12 – Keeping you safe from ransomware

Emsisoft announces the release of its version 12 protection products series, including Emsisoft Anti-Malware 12 and Emsisoft Internet Security 12. Major news include: Improved Behavior Blocker, Scan Engine and Anti-Malware Network lookups. New, flexible whitelisting feature, optimized notifications and new user interface.

Security Knowledge [Oct, 16, 2016]

30 seconds and 50 dollars is all it takes to steal your PC login

Many people believe that leaving their computer unattended won’t pose any security risks as long as their device is locked. However, researcher Rob Fuller, of R5 Industries demonstrates that an attacker with physical access to your device can access your login details in seconds.

Security Knowledge [Oct, 13, 2016]

Malware in sex toys: How private is your playtime?

The Internet of Things is a growing area that seems to have no boundaries. It was only a matter of time before it would catch up with the sex toy industry. Malware can infect any internet capable device allowing access to the most private details of pleasure seekers.

Emsisoft News [Oct, 10, 2016]

Sneak peek on version 12 – Public beta available now

You can install version 12 either by selecting the ‘Beta’ update feed in Settings -> Updates, or by downloading the full installer at our beta test forum.

Emsisoft News, Reviews & Awards [Oct, 3, 2016]

Emsisoft for Server receives VB100 award

Emsisoft for Server earns itself a VB100 seal for its efficiency for users and admins of Microsoft’s Windows 2012 Server.

Security Knowledge [Oct, 2, 2016]

No honour among thieves: hackers who hack each other

Ransomware has become a highly lucrative profit earner for cyber criminals. So much so that hackers are now sabotaging the malware of their competitors to secure their share of victims.