Two scanners to clean infections
Why two? Although our own scanner already detects almost all online dangers, we decided to partner with a second major antivirus company to combine our technologies for superior detection. Check out the latest comparatives. Our multiple test victories confirm that using two scan engines is much safer than using just one.
Isn’t that a waste of resources? Definitely not! We’ve combined the scanners at the lowest level to ensure optimum performance. Our dual-scanner is actually much faster and lighter than most single-engine products. We also avoid loading any signatures (fingerprints) of engine A that are not needed because Engine B already detects them.
Stay safe with THREE PROTECTION LAYERS
1. Surf Protection: If you unintentionally try to access a website that spreads trojans or spyware, Emsisoft Anti-Malware will prevent you from doing so. The built-in list of known dangerous and fraudulent websites is automatically updated every hour.
2. File Guard: This crucial layer of protection checks all files that are downloaded or run against more than 10 million signatures of known malicious software. The Emsisoft Anti-Malware File Guard is intelligent and self-optimizes continually, so you won’t feel the impact of dozens of files being scanned in the background every second.
3. Behavior Blocker: To catch zero-day threats that aren’t yet included in the signature database, Emsisoft Anti-Malware continually monitors the behavior of all active programs and raises an alert as soon as something suspicious occurs. Combined with the live cloud-verification of the Emsisoft Anti-Malware Network it is our ultimate weapon against specialized and sophisticated malware attacks that others can’t protect you from. Read how it works.
Automatic malware notification
Emsisoft Anti-Malware for Server protects your server immediately after booting, even when there is no active user logged on. As an administrator you are also able to use the handy email notifications, which inform you automatically when push comes to shove. See the File Guard options for details.