Ashampoo Anti-Malware

The official successor of Ashampoo AntiSpyWare and Ashampoo AntiVirus has been developed from scratch and combines the best of both technologies all in one solution. The comprehensive security solution protects your PC and your data from external threats and blocks viruses, trojans, worms, malware, rootkits, bots, spyware and adware efficiently without putting so much as a strain on your computer’s performance. In addition, the software offers a variety of Windows 7 compatible security tools (e.g. File Wiper, Internet Cleaner, Startup Tuner etc.) based on our price winning Ashampoo WinOptimizer series. Thanks to its innovative design and intuitive GUI, Ashampoo Anti-Malware is very easy to operate.

Stop viruses, spyware and other malicious software! – We detect more than others.

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Core Features:

– Two integrated engines of renowned software producers offer advanced protection from: viruses, trojans, worms, malware, rootkits, bots, spyware and adware
– During file execution and file copying, the onAccess guard offers maximum protection against all kind of threats before they can affect the entire system
– Heuristic analysis designed to detect unknown threats
– Protection against more than 3.000.000 potential threats from the web
– Rootkit Detector 2: Improved protection against invisible threats

Even more features of Ashampoo Anti-Malware:

– Multi user support: No administrator rights necessary to run the program, personal settings can be adjusted and stored for every single user
– Whitelist: With the help of whitelist definitions, folders or files can be excluded from the search in order to prevent false alarms or speed up the scan process, if reassured that those folders/files are not infected (e.g. video folders)
– Self protection: Encryption algorithms secure the program’s safety mechanisms and the whitelist from external threats
– Scan administration: Integrated scheduler for automated scan process management
– User-defined scans: Create automated scan jobs
– 1 year signature updates included
– Free e-mail support

Changes:

– Improved drivers (up to 50% less memory consumption)
– Improved pop-up menu (up to 66% less memory consumption)
– Slightly improved background guard performance
– Added updated signature files
– Fixed several minor problems

Version: 1.2.0
Software: Shareware
Platform: Win XP, Win Vista™, Win 7
Size: 103.98 MB

Language: English, German, Dutch, French, Hungarian, Russian, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, Czech, Chinese (simplified), Bulgarian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Arabic, Slovakian, Byelorussian

One comment

  • It was a promo carried by Ashampoo that made me the owner of a 1-year license. I thought “10 dollars for 1 year of testing a new product isn’t a lump sum”. I did not expect much from Ashampoo Anti-malware v1.21 because it’s relatively unknown and definitely suffers from lack of exposure. However, Ashampoo does something that Microsoft Security Essentials and SUPERAntiSpyware don’t – it chimes and unfolds a warning from the tray icon when an archive containing an infected file is being unpacked. I mean, no matter what is being extracted from archive .ZIP of .RAR, Ashampoo detects files which are not actively doing any harm. MSE and SAS keep silence. It doesn’t mean Ashampoo is superior to them, I just point this out. In terms of user interface superantispyware is more robust, easier to navigate. My biggest complaint is the Internet menu, it contains too many links to Ashampoo website. Removing a bunch of links (menu options) would make it neater, cleaner, less cluttered. Ashampoo also uses 100% CPU while it’s loading itself after logging on to Windows desktop. Although I know it’s not a problem for modern computers (I’m on Pentium III 1,4 Ghz), superantispyware loads much faster. As for detection, Ashampoo detected loads of infections in my ‘test crap folder’ where superantispyware found only a couple of nasties. Again, this is accounted for Ashampoo being antivirus+antispyware, 2-in-1 that is. SAS is aimed at other threats, and is not a solution for complete protection.
    So, in terms of overall protection, I think Ashampoo isn’t bad at all when purchased cheap (like $10). However, GFI Vipre may be a better deal on Black Friday when it is sold at approximately same price.

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