Mobile devices are the tools we use to organize our mobile lives
They can be reprogrammed to act just like an infected PC. They are
different than PCs, though... Mobile devices are intimately connected to
almost everything we do.
Mobile devices follow us: We keep them in our pockets and our purses.
They guide us, entertain us, and connect us – no matter where we are or
who we're with.
Emsisoft Mobile Security has been designed to protect your personal privacy from all of the dangers waiting on the web.
Why we created Emsisoft Mobile Security
Emsisoft's unique benefits
Emsisoft Mobile Security is our first response
to the world of mobile malware. It is a next-gen security solution for
Android devices focused on little to no system or battery impact while
providing access to a number of security functions in order to help you
have a safer and more informed Android experience.
Protect your Android smartphone and tablet from dangers awaiting on the Internet.
- Scans all stored files for malware infections
- Real time protection that blocks malicious apps as they arrive
- Surf protection that blocks access to dangerous websites
- Anti-Theft to lock or wipe the device remotely when stolen or lost
- Privacy audit for installed apps
22% of the world’s population owns a smartphone or mobile device. 20%
owns a computer. If you were creating malware, and wanted to infect as
many people as you possibly could, which platform would you choose?
While an extra 2% might not seem like much, it would actually give
you access to an additional 140 million devices. Furthermore, it's been
shown that SMS messaging fraud generates around $10/per infection,
immediately. That's a potential 1.4 billion dollars in additional
SMS messaging Trojans comprise 73% of all mobile
attacks. These attacks hide behind seemingly legitimate apps, which then
connect your device to a premium SMS messaging service owned by the
attacker. Your device is hijacked, programmed to send texts to a premium
rate phone number, and you foot the bill.
Mobile rootkits log keystrokes to steal usernames
and passwords, and then share your personal information with a remote
server. Rootkits can also log and share your current location, and
monitor your phone calls and texts.
Mobile botnets can control thousands of devices at once for nefarious purposes. Remember: more people own mobile devices than own PCs.
Nearly 1/3 of free mobile apps have permission to track your lo