Our international reseller network grew to several thousands of partners who are representing Emsisoft in 119 countries. We have redesigned our reseller portal for an improved workflow and increased efficiency.
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For the second year running, Emsisoft Enterprise Console was awarded the Approved Business Product Award 2017 by security product analysts AV-Comparatives.
Emsisoft answers your questions concerning Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Windows Firewall. Find out why we believe it to be an excellent solution to protect you from malware threats.
The latest update to Emsisoft Mobile Security brings support for fingerprint unlock, Android Wear and a brand new Account Privacy feature to identify email account breaches.
Starting 2 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.
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.
The Emsisoft 2017.3 product update brings improvements to block new malware- and ransomware-behavior, an improved surf protection to block malware- and phishing-hosts, and a scan option when connecting new USB devices.
Emsisoft proudly announces the launch of their surf protection campaign with Surf Life Saving New Zealand.
Go behind the scenes of Emsisoft’s surf protection trial at Manganui Beach, and find out how drones and GPS drifters provide crucial data to protect surfers.
Emsisoft’s sophisticated Exclusions feature helps power users and admins to customize monitoring and scanning requirements using wildcards and environmental variables.
Emsisoft CTO and Head of our Malware Research Lab, Fabian Wosar, cracks Hermes Ransomware by attacking the encryption generator.
We address recent media attention around whether antivirus software poses a threat to users’ safety because it intercepts encrypted HTTPS online traffic, and why Emsisoft customers do not need to worry.