Monday, November 27, 2017

Zemana Cyber Monday Exclusive promo!

Shopping season is not over yet!

Here is your Cyber Monday Exclusive promo!

Get your 60% discount on your most popular package:

- Zemana AntiMalware (click here to activate the code)
- Zemana AntiLogger (click here to activate the code)

Hurry up!

The offer ends today!

Share the news with your friends and family, so they can stay protected too.

Stay safe with Zemana during the holiday season :)

Friday, November 24, 2017

Extended Black Friday - 50% OFF

Shopping season is here and we have a special Black Friday treat for all of you!

This weekend we are offering a 50% discount on the following Zemana products:

- Zemana AntiMalware (click here to activate the code)
- Zemana AntiLogger (click here to activate the code)

So hurry up and seize this unique opportunity!

The offer ends on Monday 27, 2017.

Share the news with your friends and family, so they can stay protected too.

Stay safe with Zemana during the holiday season :)

Friday, October 27, 2017

Getting rid of malware horrors with Zemana

Dear Zemana supporters, we wish you a happy Halloween! 

Here are some real horror stories from our users who dealt with malware monsters and defeated it with Zemana.

We thank them for taking their time and sharing their experience with us.


Horror experience by Altaf Parkar

As far as I remember, I have never been afraid of monsters and I have never believed in them. I was pretty sure about their non-existence. This led me to have a naive approach of keeping Windows Defender as the only anti-virus program on my laptop.
This went on for a while until one fine day, while taking a stroll through some apparently shady websites, a monster (read 'browser-hijacker') made my machine its new abode. It would redirect my Google web searches at its own will to "" and fill my screen with unwanted ads and pop-ups. I decided to fight this monster by myself and free my machine from its evil clutches.

Windows Defender was of no use, so I asked some of the leading monster-fighting programs to help me out, but in vain. The monster remained adamant and seemed to like its new home more than ever. I cleared all history and cookies from all my browsers, to no avail. I also tried the built-in functionality of Windows Defender Offline Scan, but the reports came out squeaky clean. For a while I thought the monster had left, but it had evil tricks up its sleeve. It seemed to have successfully dodged the tool. I was upset by the thought that I probably would lose my machine to an evil power.

As I browsed through the woods of websites for days to find a solution, I finally came across an "Exorcist" who suggested me to try Zemana Antilogger. After all I had been through, I was not sure of it, but decided to give it a try.
Just two minutes into the scan; and it began listing all details of this monster. I could hardly believe my eyes. Zemana had cornered the monster and got hold of it. The monster was easily captured and met its fate on the next step.
Thanks to Zemana as the primary scanner, my machine has been enjoying a monster-free life ever since.

Horror experience by Daljeet Singh

I was searching for a product, which was necessary for me. The product was Windows and I tried my best to get a genuine key for Windows but failed because of its high price. I installed a pre-active version of Windows from ABC website. After installing a legitimate version of Windows, I felt more lags and unwanted process in my system but I ignored these errors. One day I learned about Zemana Antimalware from the Internet but I was using an antivirus solution at that time so I ignored Zemana. The problems in my computer were increasing day by day and I became frustrated because of the slow performance of my PC.

I decided to try Zemana Antimalware and in few minutes Zemana Antimalware detected many viruses in my PC. I wondered how my antivirus skipped so many viruses. After cleaning the viruses, I added Zemana to my system security. Ever since I have been happy with Zemana because it doesn't skip any malware.

Horror experience by Rizki Kurniawan

I would like to share a story of how PC infection could be a nightmare.

Once I accidentally run a file which turned out to be malicious. It allows attacker not only to control my PC but also download other viruses. I was frustrated because many big well-known security software solutions weren't able to detect the infection and they failed to completely remove it. The infection came back at each restart and it modified my browser configuration, which cannot be manually changed.

Then I found out about Zemana and decided to try it. Zemana managed to detect and remove completely the most annoying infections, and also help fixing the browser configuration and returning it to the original state.

Thank you Zemana! Really, you are a helpful and fast scanning security software!

Stay safe with Zemana :)

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Young people are reckless with their online passwords

In the recent period we have witnessed many data breaches, where some of the biggest companies (e.g. Yahoo, Equifax) were compromised. However, what is strange is that even though massive hacker attacks are happening now more than ever, some people (especially younger generations) still have a 'it won't happen to me attitude'. This is why they don't take the necessary steps to protecting themselves such as changing their online passwords regularly. This is one of the easiest ways to protect yourself online and yet it is very efficient and can help you when you are not expecting.

30% of adults use the same passwords for multiple accounts

A recent survey showed that 30% of adults use their same password for most of their online accounts. It also showed that young people between 18 - 35 are the ones who are the most reckless and careless when it comes to their passwords, which came as a surprise for many. Young people spend most of their time online and most of them are educated about technology and cyber security, so it shocking that they don't take their online protection more seriously.

Sharing passwords became a sign of "trust"

What is even more surprising is that young generations today share their passwords with their loved ones. Very often, boyfriends and girlfriends show their devotion to each other by exchanging passwords or even using an identical password for their accounts. This way they have a complete access to each other's private emails, messages, photos etc.

Many high school couples believe this is sweet and some of them demand it believing it is a sign of trust in the relationship. If one of the partners refuses to share, he/she is often accused of hiding something. However, what the younger generations don't understand is that sharing passwords never ends well. There are many cases which show how one of the partners after breakup stars sending threatening messages or shares private photos of their ex to the whole school etc.

Younger generations use simple passwords

Another survey showed that contrary to what we have believed so far, younger people are those who set up horrifically easy passwords, whereas senior population uses very difficult ones. Regarding sex differences, women are those who use more complex passwords compared to men. The complexity of passwords according to different age groups:

- from 13 to 35: very low
- from 35 to 45 years old: very complicated
- from 35 to 44 and over: highly complicated

How often should I change my password?

You might read that changing your password often is recommended, however, new studies show that changing your password more than twice a year is not a good idea. What is certain, though is that you should definitely have a different password for every account. Why? Because if somebody figures out your password, they can get access to all of your accounts and all of your private information. Also, some hackers continue accessing your account, instead of doing it just once. This way, they can continue stealing your private data.

Here is another thing to keep in mind when changing your passwords. People tend to use slight variations of the previous passwords, or reuse them for different account, which makes them vulnerable. When you decide to change your password, think of something completely different from the previous one and make sure no to change them too often.

Stay safe with Zemana :)

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Join Zemana fan club!

Dear Zemana supporters, we are more than thankful for all your amazing support you have given us over the 10 years of our existence as a company. Because we have many supporters worldwide and because of the many things you have done for us, now we want to give back to you.

We are building Zemana Fan Club! This will be an amazing group of great people who share the same passion towards great cyber security products. This group will be the first to know about Zemana's inside news and will get many other perks. Some of them are:

- free licenses
- free subscription plans
- a chance to come visit us and meet the team
- get tips on how to keep their Android and PC safe

And there are many more kept as a surprise for you! We will hang out in this club; you will get to know us and we will have a chance to get to know you. Together, we can understand each other's needs and you will be able to help us improve your experience with our products and our service. User experience is very important to us and we have always worked hard in satisfying your needs.

You can join Zemana Fan Club here.

Thank you!
Stay safe with Zemana:)

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Back To School Campaign - Get 2 year subscription plan under the price of ONE!

The summer and vacation holidays are over and it is back to school time again. But this year, with Zemana you can safely return to school!

Buy any of our Zemana products this school year and get the product for free in the following school year!

Choose one of the Zemana products best suited for your needs and you and your children can enjoy TWO years of full protection under the price of ONE year:

- Zemana AntiLogger
- Zemana AntiMalware

Take a look at our special offer here.

Enjoy our special offer and share it with your friends and family!

Stay safe with Zemana!

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Tips for a cyber safe summer

Vacation season is here! Time has come to take rest from work/school and enjoy some free time. You wouldn't want something like malware bothering you and destroying your fun time, right? In that case, here are some tips to ensure your peace of mind this summer.

1. Fight the Viruses and Malware

Install the necessary antivirus and antimalware software on your phone and laptop before you leave for vacation. Keep it updated and run it regularly. Make sure that your operating system is fully updated as well.

To protect your PC go here.
To protect your phone go here.

2. Avoid public Wi-Fi

Even though everyone likes free Wi-Fi, the best solution would be not to use it at all. However, we know that for some of you this could be very difficult so at least try to use it only when truly necessary. If you wish to connect to your company network, it would be best to do it via virtual private network. Turn off your Wi-Fi when you are not using it because your phone can unexpectedly connect to a hostile network through a saved Wi-Fi profile.

3. Create Stronger Passwords

Many people use the same password for different accounts to avoid confusion. However, this way you become an easy target for hackers. Come up with different and more complicated passwords or use services that can help you manage all passwords. You can also change your passwords and use these new ones on vacation. Later, upon returning home you can change them back to those you were using before you left.

4. Encrypt your mobile device

Since we are talking about passwords let's not forget your phone. Protect it with a PIN or encrypt it. This will add an additional layer of protection if you phone get stolen.

5. Use GPS-based device location service

If you lose your phone, try to use GPS-based device location service that should be provided by your vendor. You can also use apps like ''Find Device'' or ''Find My iPhone'', depending on whether you are using an Android or an iPhone.

6. Avoid using public computers to log in to your accounts

Never use public computers in public places like cafes, lobbies, airports etc. However, if you must use them then you must never forget to log out of your accounts when you finish. Don't just press x to exit. Another reason why you should avoid public computers is that hackers often install a keylogger on these computers, which records every keystroke you typed and then transmits all your passwords and other sensitive information back to the hacker.

7. Be careful what you share on social networks

We understand you wish to post beautiful and fun photos from your vacation. But think twice about what you really share because this way criminals learn that your house is empty. Don't announce plans and details about your vacation in advance. Always be very discrete when posting personal information on social media. You can always use settings to limit how and with whom you share information.

8. Known the local laws regarding online behaviour

Some activities such as alcohol drinking or openly declaring negative opinions about politics and politicians are illegal in some countries. If you share this online, you might get arrested.

9. Turn off auto location and check-in applications

Don’t make it easy for criminals to easily identify where you are.

10. Always bring your charger

Only charge your devices directly with a connection to an outlet. Don’t charge your devices by plugging into any foreign device. This will avoid transferring malware from an unknown charging station or a computer.

11. Arm your mobile device or laptop with an anti-keylogger

Having your data stolen, especially during your vacation, is definitely not your dream scenario. If we go back in the near past, we can localize many keylogger attacks on Android devices and laptops that made the security alerts for everyone users go high up! Therefore get your anti-keylogger protection for mobile device here or for your laptop here.

Stay safe with Zemana!