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Number of employees
- 2003 - Emsisoft is founded in Austria. The company’s first product, a-squared, is released.
- 2004 - Emsisoft launches the Emsisoft Online Security Check.
- 2005 - Emsisoft introduces the IDS System to a-squared.
- 2008 - Emsisoft adds Ikarus Software scan engine to its existing scanning technology.
- 2010 - Emsisoft acquires Online Armor Firewall. Emsisoft drops “a-squared” and rebranded as Emsisoft Anti-Malware.
- 2012 - Emsisoft partners with Bitdefender to replace its second scan engine.
- 2014 - Emsisoft launches Emsisoft Mobile Security for Android devices. The company moves its headquarters to New Zealand.
- 2017 - Emsisoft discontinues Emsisoft Internet Security.
- 2018 - Emsisoft launches Emsisoft Browser Security.
Partnership with No More Ransom
Emsisoft is a member of the No More Ransom project. Headed by the National High Tech Crime Unit of the Netherlands’ police and Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre, the initiative was created to help victims of ransomware recover their data without paying a ransom to cybercriminals.
- Emsisoft named in leaked NSA documents
Emsisoft was one of 23 antivirus companies named in National Security Agency (NSA) documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Emsisoft found no evidence that the NSA had managed to infiltrate its systems.
In 2016, Emsisoft Chief Research Officer Fabian Wosar cracked many different versions of the Apocalypse ransomware, which resulted in malware authors naming a strain of ransomware after him: Fabiansomware.
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- Emsisoft Enterprise Console
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