I think in this order would be awesome.
When the system is clean EAM shows = Sup m8 no virus here
When EAM is not too sure = I think you're clean but can't tell?
When EAM knows your infected = Your fault
Emsisoft used to be the darling of security forums and prosumers. Not so much so. Maybe because of it's cost, and the rising competency of lower cost, higher device count alternative solutions. Back in the day when Emsisoft was a proud warrior, Norton was almost useless, McAfee was a virus, FortiClient didn't exist and Panda was an animal in Asia. These days - lots of low cost (or free) options.Indeed. And now we're even privy to the information that Emsisoft is used mostly by old people!
Mostly because the simplification of its product; they choose ease-of-use and automatism to fit the needs of their main customer type , the seniors (which is logic business practice). The product is still good, nothing changed much in the core mechanism, just the GUI is simplified (like the removal of the BB setting, back in the days you could make it a hybrid between HIPS and BB) to prevent wrong manipulations by not-so-skilled users.Maybe because of it's cost, and the rising competency of lower cost, higher device count alternative solutions. .
We have a fully developed engine. Timely sample acquisition is an issue though. It is solved by most AVs just uploading interesting looking files they don't know about yet from their customer base for analysis.Well, he said Emsi can't fully develop an engine because that would require increasing telemetry, so they use Bitdefender, which takes the telemetry for development; so, sort of outsourcing the stuff.
If by that you mean, that our customers benefit from Bitdefender siphoning off files from their installation base to improve their signature detection, then yes. However, this kind of business practice isn't isolated to one vendor but the majority of them do it. Sometimes you can turn it off. Sometimes you only can in the paid versions of their products. So free users essentially pay by turning their systems into Petri dishes for the paying customers.That means, if I understood it, that you're piggybacking on the telemetry of BD's users. Nothing inherently wrong with it, but... It does sound weird.
It is supposed to be, yes. Looks like the label there isn't hooked up to the actual number of quarantined objects but is hardcoded. We will fix it
Indeed, I like that aspect a lot. Depending on priorities, it's often worth the price of admission. For example some people pay more for Fortinet vs other UTM's because in 3 minutes or less you can get a Fortinet Engineer on the phone and solving your issue. Even on the 8X5 support packages Fortinet will overnight you a new device (advanced replacement) without waiting for you to send the other one back. Sometimes that comes with a bit of a premium but when you need support, it's often worth it.How I wish other developers of AV were like Fabian, a guy whoparticipates in and listen to the community, unlike most outthere, support is something serious and essential for thesuccess of a product, and the Emsisoft note 10 in this regard.
I remember entering the Emsisoft forum some time ago, giving a hint about an obscure theme for its interface, and now I see that it will be implemented soon, I can't wait
Dark mode will come in the next release. You can also simply click the top menu short cuts to get to the section directly without scrolling.GUI in new beta is like trying to find 12 polar bears in a snow storm, the whiteness could possibly cause snow blindness. And its also possible that it could cause carpal tunnel in your finger from all of the scrolling involved. Not a fan.