Security Software Spyware Removal Emsisoft Anti-Malware

Emsisoft Anti-Malware 2017.9.0.8006 for Windows

by Emsi Software GmbH

Avg. Rating 3.6 (298 votes)

File Details

File Size 267.5 MB
License Shareware, $40.00
Operating System Windows 7/8/10
Date Added
Total Downloads 9,930
Publisher Emsi Software GmbH
Homepage Emsisoft Anti-Malware

Publisher's Description

Emsisoft Anti-Malware protects your PC from malware-based hacker attacks. Its special capabilities in dealing with trojans, worms, dialers and spyware make it an indispensable enhancement to any protection system, whether on a private PC or a company network.

The unique Malware-IDS technology in the background guard provides the first line of defense against individual attacks by highly specialized Trojans that cannot be recognized by signature-based anti-virus software. These types of Trojans are a favorite attacker tool for spying on Online Banking access data and company secrets. The Malware-IDS is also able to block Rootkits effectively.

Latest Reviews

Daemon.Pyrce

Daemon.Pyrce reviewed v2017.9.0.8006 on Oct 8, 2017

One of the best antivirus solution for classic users or beginners, very easy to use, no bloat and fancy features.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v12.0.0.6828 on Oct 21, 2016

How it can be advertised as 'a none bloat' solution when the download is around 235 Meg against for example ESET @ 90 is beyond me. It also has high memory use, if none of these are an issue it may be the solution for you. I prefer lighter solutions & layed security.

@henri2398 - You either are employed by Emsisoft or have been bribed :-)

henri2398

henri2398 reviewed v11.10.0.6563 on Sep 9, 2016

Yes, this is one of the anti-malware program that removes all types of malware program such as adware, browser hijackers, suspicious toolbars, add-ons, extensions, Trojans, spyware, viruses, etc. For complete review of Emsisoft Anti-malware program visit - https://www.pcthreatremo...tect-and-remove-malware

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v9.0.0.4668 on Dec 4, 2014

this is way too bloated
on my I5 it just drained the speed

Steve1209

Steve1209 reviewed v9.0.0.4570 on Oct 15, 2014

Current V9 gets 5 stars, I highly recommend this software, the support is Excellent, the software has one of the highest ratings in detection, this is what everyone needs!

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v8.1.0.40 on Feb 17, 2014

@sec:- I have 16 GIG of RAM on this PC & I'm one of the ones complaining, if you understood how MS Windows management works it's not as simple as having 16 GIG so I can do anything, Windows memory does not work that way.

It uses ridiculous amounts of memory & more importantly so it's unnecessary, it's also one of the most confusing & counterintuitive interfaces on an AV solution I've ever used and I've had Windows running since version 3.0 & used Emsisoft from it's very beginning, when it was A2 (squared) & it's not getting any better - There are far better solutions, Try Eset Smart Security for example along with Malwarebytes (get a lifetime licence while you still can).

sec

sec reviewed v8.1.0.33 on Jan 1, 2014

I have been using both Emsisoft's Anti-Malware and their Online Armor Firewall for a few years now (3 to be exact). It is the only information security software I have needed for those 3 years. I don't understand how some can claim that it is a memory hog; but then again, I have more than 582mb of RAM on my machine (unlike the the ones complaining). The only thing Emsisoft can't control when it comes to installing malware is the operator. If you download something and Emsisoft pops-up a warning, quit ignoring them and it may work better for you! The anti-malware is only as good as the fingers controlling it via the keyboard. Look at all the antimalware awards Emsisoft has been getting lately...they can't all be wrong!

villandra

villandra reviewed v7.0.0.18 on Feb 27, 2013

I had no indication that this product stopped viruses from downloading onto my computer. The web site does not explicitly say that this product prevents known malware from downloading. Emisoft admits, uncharacterstically accurately, that once malware is on your machine more often than not it can't be removed.

Avast on the other hand blocks known malware from downloading. It's stopped alot of malware from downloading onto my machine and missed one that nothing could identify.

The Emisoft web site, which is filled with hype, never actually explicitly lists specifically what this product does and does not do.

I caught the program using a full 500,000 M of RAM. That is way too much, and would hang any computer more than a couple of years old.

The company uses scare tactics. For instance, a prominently displayed article on the web site claims that ransomware will infect even your backup drives, and there won't be anything you can do. Other IT experts are saying that while Ransomware exists adn can do that it is rare and not much of a threat. It's also unclear how Emisoft would prevent ransomware since it doesn't stop malware from downloading. The theme of Emisoft's current newsletter is their claim that NBC's web sites are infected with malware.

Emisoft Antimalware costs twice as much as most other antivirus software, and you have to buy a second product for sandboxing, which Avast's standard price product includes.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v7.0.0.18 on Feb 3, 2013

Out of interest & because I've just done a C:\ image I installed this program to see if it was more intuitive, less complicated (I don't mind complicated if it's necessary) & to see if Emsisoft had managed to fix the slowdown on this fast muticore PC.

The result over the last hour is: - It's still takes an age to setup, it still is unnecessarily complicated & still locks this PC up while scanning & does slow it down when running in the background (iTunes running in the foreground slows a PC down less) What do you expect for a program over 200 MEG in size though?

Mbam wipes the floor with it, now imaging back to remove every byte of this garbage, & I won't be trying it again and have tried it off & on since it was A2.

Remax

Remax reviewed v7.0.0.12 on Oct 21, 2012

It's OK. But it seems to have too many false positives for my taste. :(

Avg. Rating 3.6 (298 votes)
Your Rating
Daemon.Pyrce

Daemon.Pyrce reviewed v2017.9.0.8006 on Oct 8, 2017

Pros: - A dual-engine real-time scanner (homemade & Bit Defender).
- A cloud reputation network.
- A Behavior Blocker with anti-ransomware capabilities and a Windows Firewall fortification feature.
- A Web Filter to prevent access to malicious sites.
- A very reactive and professional customers support team.
- An emphasize toward privacy.

Cons: - On low-end machines, resources usage may be high, but can be improved via several settings options.

Bottom Line: One of the best antivirus solution for classic users or beginners, very easy to use, no bloat and fancy features.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v12.0.0.6828 on Oct 21, 2016

How it can be advertised as 'a none bloat' solution when the download is around 235 Meg against for example ESET @ 90 is beyond me. It also has high memory use, if none of these are an issue it may be the solution for you. I prefer lighter solutions & layed security.

@henri2398 - You either are employed by Emsisoft or have been bribed :-)

henri2398

henri2398 reviewed v11.10.0.6563 on Sep 9, 2016

Yes, this is one of the anti-malware program that removes all types of malware program such as adware, browser hijackers, suspicious toolbars, add-ons, extensions, Trojans, spyware, viruses, etc. For complete review of Emsisoft Anti-malware program visit - https://www.pcthreatremo...tect-and-remove-malware

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v9.0.0.4668 on Dec 4, 2014

this is way too bloated
on my I5 it just drained the speed

Steve1209

Steve1209 reviewed v9.0.0.4570 on Oct 15, 2014

Current V9 gets 5 stars, I highly recommend this software, the support is Excellent, the software has one of the highest ratings in detection, this is what everyone needs!

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v8.1.0.40 on Feb 17, 2014

@sec:- I have 16 GIG of RAM on this PC & I'm one of the ones complaining, if you understood how MS Windows management works it's not as simple as having 16 GIG so I can do anything, Windows memory does not work that way.

It uses ridiculous amounts of memory & more importantly so it's unnecessary, it's also one of the most confusing & counterintuitive interfaces on an AV solution I've ever used and I've had Windows running since version 3.0 & used Emsisoft from it's very beginning, when it was A2 (squared) & it's not getting any better - There are far better solutions, Try Eset Smart Security for example along with Malwarebytes (get a lifetime licence while you still can).

sec

sec reviewed v8.1.0.33 on Jan 1, 2014

I have been using both Emsisoft's Anti-Malware and their Online Armor Firewall for a few years now (3 to be exact). It is the only information security software I have needed for those 3 years. I don't understand how some can claim that it is a memory hog; but then again, I have more than 582mb of RAM on my machine (unlike the the ones complaining). The only thing Emsisoft can't control when it comes to installing malware is the operator. If you download something and Emsisoft pops-up a warning, quit ignoring them and it may work better for you! The anti-malware is only as good as the fingers controlling it via the keyboard. Look at all the antimalware awards Emsisoft has been getting lately...they can't all be wrong!

villandra

villandra reviewed v7.0.0.18 on Feb 27, 2013

I had no indication that this product stopped viruses from downloading onto my computer. The web site does not explicitly say that this product prevents known malware from downloading. Emisoft admits, uncharacterstically accurately, that once malware is on your machine more often than not it can't be removed.

Avast on the other hand blocks known malware from downloading. It's stopped alot of malware from downloading onto my machine and missed one that nothing could identify.

The Emisoft web site, which is filled with hype, never actually explicitly lists specifically what this product does and does not do.

I caught the program using a full 500,000 M of RAM. That is way too much, and would hang any computer more than a couple of years old.

The company uses scare tactics. For instance, a prominently displayed article on the web site claims that ransomware will infect even your backup drives, and there won't be anything you can do. Other IT experts are saying that while Ransomware exists adn can do that it is rare and not much of a threat. It's also unclear how Emisoft would prevent ransomware since it doesn't stop malware from downloading. The theme of Emisoft's current newsletter is their claim that NBC's web sites are infected with malware.

Emisoft Antimalware costs twice as much as most other antivirus software, and you have to buy a second product for sandboxing, which Avast's standard price product includes.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v7.0.0.18 on Feb 3, 2013

Out of interest & because I've just done a C:\ image I installed this program to see if it was more intuitive, less complicated (I don't mind complicated if it's necessary) & to see if Emsisoft had managed to fix the slowdown on this fast muticore PC.

The result over the last hour is: - It's still takes an age to setup, it still is unnecessarily complicated & still locks this PC up while scanning & does slow it down when running in the background (iTunes running in the foreground slows a PC down less) What do you expect for a program over 200 MEG in size though?

Mbam wipes the floor with it, now imaging back to remove every byte of this garbage, & I won't be trying it again and have tried it off & on since it was A2.

Remax

Remax reviewed v7.0.0.12 on Oct 21, 2012

It's OK. But it seems to have too many false positives for my taste. :(

Steve1209

Steve1209 reviewed v6.6.0.4 on Jul 31, 2012

Hi,

This is a nice piece of software. Anti-virus/Anti-malware all in 1 package. $40 is the price but they have many license specials for way less. It took me a while to get all the setting tweaked to my machine but when they are right, EAM blocks many bad things and is very intuitive, is updated many many times a day and runs just fine with other A/V & A/M software on the same system.

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v6.6.0.1 on Jun 18, 2012

I'm sorry but this does slow any PC down, way overly complicated, glad to see the back of it - The worst pay for anti-malware in the entire world ~ And I have oodles of RAM & a very fast PC ~ (when Emsisoft isn't installed anyway)

I would say they have lost the plot but to be honest they never had it to start with ~ And I have a full license for Emsisoft that remains unused for the reasons above ~ Very expensive also - Nuff said?

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v6.0.0.57 on Feb 7, 2012

Tons of False positives
Slow
need I say more?

HeilNizar

HeilNizar reviewed v6.0.0.42 on Oct 21, 2011

-False positives all the way.
-Big, huge.
-Not portable.

Malwarebytes is the best one around for the moment.

operamail

operamail reviewed v6.0.0.40 on Oct 8, 2011

V 6.0 is great. It's faster and uses less system resources than before. Also I like the new GUI.

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