Security Software Analysis Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit

Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit 5.52 for Windows

by Microsoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.5 (21 votes)

File Details

File Size 25.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012/Vista
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,382
Publisher Microsoft Corp.
Homepage Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit

Publisher's Description

Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit is a toolkit for deploying and configuring security mitigation technologies. The enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) is designed to help prevent hackers from gaining access to your system. Software vulnerabilities and exploits have become an everyday part of life. Virtually every product has to deal with them and consequently, users are faced with a stream of security updates. For users who get attacked before the latest updates have been applied or who get attacked before an update is even available, the results can be devastating: malware, loss of PII, etc.

Latest Reviews

truthbetold

truthbetold reviewed v4.1 on Nov 13, 2013

This is an extra layer of free security that is very easy to use and fully configurable.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v4.1 on Nov 13, 2013

I have to agree..
release a toolkit to help harden an OS you designed and developed and released into the wild without hardening yourself; effectively treating the world (as your customers) as if they're your own private beta testers, and not compensating them in any way... rather, charging them for the experience.

I've become a mac person.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v4.0 on Jun 18, 2013

Lame
Just like MS to create a complex toolkit to fight what they should have fixed in the first place

Avg. Rating 3.5 (21 votes)
Your Rating
truthbetold

truthbetold reviewed v4.1 on Nov 13, 2013

This is an extra layer of free security that is very easy to use and fully configurable.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v4.1 on Nov 13, 2013

I have to agree..
release a toolkit to help harden an OS you designed and developed and released into the wild without hardening yourself; effectively treating the world (as your customers) as if they're your own private beta testers, and not compensating them in any way... rather, charging them for the experience.

I've become a mac person.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v4.0 on Jun 18, 2013

Lame
Just like MS to create a complex toolkit to fight what they should have fixed in the first place

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