Forget viruses - Today's threats come in new shapes and are called Malware
That's why we think ""Anti-Malware"" is the more appropriate term, even if it's the same as what's commonly known as ""Anti-Virus"".
Threat of the year since 2012. Attackers enter your PC through unpatched software and encrypt all your files. Can you afford to pay a $600 ransom to get your data back?
They turn your PC into a remote controlled zombie. Your computing power is collectively sold on the black market to send spams, attack others or store illegal content.
Hackers use phishing techniques and keyloggers to get your most valuable passwords and empty your bank- or PayPal-accounts invisibly within seconds.
Potentially Unwanted Programs that mess up your computer with useless browser toolbars, tons of commercials and other bulk that slows down the PC.
Keeps you safe online: The new Emsisoft Anti-Malware
4 proven protection layers to block online threats on all levels
If you unintentionally try to view a website that spreads trojans, spyware, or any other type of malicious software, Emsisoft Anti-Malware will prevent you from connecting and getting infected.
Real-time File Guard
This real-time protection layer checks all downloaded and modified files with the awarded super-fast Emsisoft dual-engine scanner. The best: You won’t even notice it’s there for you 24/7.
To stop brand new threats that aren't yet known by signatures, Emsisoft Anti-Malware continually monitors the behavior of all active programs and raises an alert as soon as something suspicious occurs.
Custom-built behavioral monitoring stops ransomware before it can encrypt any files.
300.000 new threats every day >>
Your Safe PC
2 in 1: Emsisoft’s high performance dual-engine scanner
How does it scan faster with two scanners than most others with just one?
Emsisoft Anti-Malware not only detects more because it uses the full power of two major antivirus- and Anti-Malware technologies, it also scans quicker because of the efficient combination of the scanners.
Any unnecessary duplicates in detection are avoided, enabling the least impact on memory and overall hardware resources.