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It’s finally here! Introducing the redesigned Emsisoft Anti-Malware interface.

More than just a new look, the updated Emsisoft Anti-Malware interface was redesigned with you in mind. Don’t worry, we kept all the functionalities you know and love, while we made it more user-friendly and upgraded optimization for the latest Windows machines.

The menu was moved from the top to the left side. That design pattern follows Microsoft’s new guidelines for Windows and web applications and has become common practice in recent years. It makes better use of wide screens and allows for more flexibility in terms of menu content items. Using the new hamburger button at the left top (three horizontal lines symbol), you can also collapse the menu to a slim icon-only bar to keep it as compact as possible.

The new user interface is able to dynamically adapt to your available screen size for optimized readability.

You will also notice that all the content panels are now scrolling pages, similar to websites. This particularly improves handling when using touch screens and further blurs the line between desktop and web apps.

Dark mode is not in this update, but it’s definitely on top of our to-do list for one of the upcoming releases – stay tuned!


The redesigned interface of Emsisoft Anti-Malware 2018.8





Emsisoft Anti-Malware Behavior Blocker

All 2018.8 improvements in a nutshell

Emsisoft Anti-Malware

  • Moved the main menu from top to left.
  • Redesigned and re-arranged content panels.
  • Improved access to About panel.
  • Several minor tweaks and fixes.
Emsisoft Enterprise Console

  • Several minor tweaks and fixes.
How to obtain the new version


As always, so long as you have auto-updates enabled in the software, you will receive the latest version automatically during your regularly scheduled updates, which are hourly by default. New users, please download the full installer from our product pages.

Note to Enterprise users: If you have chosen to receive “Delayed” updates in the Update settings for your clients, they will receive the new software version no earlier than 30 days after the regular “Stable” availability. This gives you time to perform internal compatibility tests before a new version gets rolled out to your clients automatically.

Have a great and well-protected day!

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I can just confirm my many years feelings about Emsisoft. 8 years paid customer, I tried many security solutions, but always I was back to home, to Emsisoft product. Same protection is using everybody from my family and friends on my recommendations and never heard, somebody has any problems. Emsisoft is simply unique choice for strong protection, without any bloatware and useles things inside. Just renewed my old licences to next year few days ago on PC and Mobile. On Android is Emsisoft deeply recommending worth to try, this is also great made product.
 

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emisi does not intervene in the behavior of Windows firewall, it monitors change of rules by software.

I am not used to UI which has been changed still. Scroll by swimming with the mouse on the left side and the upper side of the interface .... It is similar to the impression that the push switch and the slide lever are lined up side by side.
 
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Has anyone tryed what happens on EAM installed Windows 10 system with Windows Firewall when malware tries to disable it? If behaviour blocker doesn't react on such actions, then I see no point even revisiting Emsisoft, even with their claims to monitor suspicious Firewall rule changes. If malware sucessfully disables it it's game over.
 
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Has anyone tryed what happens on EAM installed Windows 10 system with Windows Firewall when malware tries to disable it? If behaviour blocker doesn't react on such actions, then I see no point even revisiting Emsisoft, even with their claims to monitor suspicious Firewall rule changes. If malware sucessfully disables it it's game over.
to do that it means the malware managed to run, which shouldn't happen because the BB would prevent it.
 

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Has anyone tryed what happens on EAM installed Windows 10 system with Windows Firewall when malware tries to disable it? If behaviour blocker doesn't react on such actions, then I see no point even revisiting Emsisoft, even with their claims to monitor suspicious Firewall rule changes. If malware sucessfully disables it it's game over.
Disabling the Windows Firewall is covered by the BB as well.
 
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