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#59026 How to translate Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Emergency Kit into a new language...

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 27 September 2012 - 07:26 PM

Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Emergency Kit use a text file based translation system. Such language files have the extension .LNG and can usually be found in the Languages sub-directory of the installation directory (for example "C:\Program Files\Emsisoft Anti-Malware\Languages\"). Since a lot of strings are shared between the products, all products use the same language files. So there is no need to translate the language files of each product separately.

We maintain the English as well as the German translation ourselves, so we can guarantee that those files are always up to date and they therefore should be used to base new translations upon. To make sure that you have the latest languages files please run the online update before you start your translation.

The language files adhere to the Windows INI file standard and in general are made up of the following parts:
  • [Sections]
    Sections are enclosed in square brackets and are used to seperate various areas within the language files. Sections must not be translated.
  • //Comments
    Comments always start with two forward slashes. They are completely ignored by the application and can be used to keep notes. Translation of comments is completely optional.
    Note that all lately modified lines in en-us.lng are copied and commented too. They are just for reference to track modifications on the original file.
  • Key=Value
    The actual language strings are contained within the language file as key value pairs. The key part (which is the part before the equal sign) is used by the application to identify where the string is used and therefore must not be translated. The value part (everything after the equal sign) is the actual text displayed by the application and therefore must be translated.
  • Keep in mind that Language files are plain text files. So if you want to edit a file make sure you do so with a plain text editor like Notepad. Text processing software like Microsoft Word or Works will not work.
Creating a new translation
The first step in creating a new translation is to make a copy of the language file you want to base it upon (either "en-us.lng" or "de-de.lng"). The copy should use the ISO language code as a file name. If you want to translate the product into Dutch for example it should be named "nl-nl.lng". Keep in mind that while Emsisoft Anti-Malware is running you are unable to change any of the installation directory's content. To create the copy in the Languages directory and edit it you will have to close Emsisoft Anti-Malware first or alternatively disable the self protection in the Configuration section.

At the top of the file you will find a special section called "LanguageInfo". This section contains various information used by the application to determine how to parse and display the language file. The section contains the following values:
  • Version
    The product version number this translation is based upon. Keep in mind that this is always the Emsisoft Anti-Malware version number, as Emsisoft Emergency Kit is a stripped down Emsisoft Anti-Malware version.
  • Language
    The English name of the language this language file contains.
  • LanguageLocal
    The native name of the language.
  • Author
    The name of the author of this file. This should be your name if you create a new translation.
  • Email
    The email address of the author. This should be your email address if you create a new translation.
  • Date
    The date when this file was last edited. Make sure to update this value whenever you change the file.
The LanguageInfo section of the German language file for example looks like this:
[languageinfo]
version=7.0.0.11
language=German
languagelocal=Deutsch
author=Emsisoft GmbH
email=info@emsisoft.com
date=2012-09-26
Once you have adjusted the LanguageInfo section of your new language file, you can start translating the other sections.

Updating an existing language file
Language files do change whenever new user interface controls or features are implemented. In these cases it is not necessary to translate the entire language file again. Instead you can just add the new values to an existing language file. To facilitate this process we have added an overview that shows you which languages aren't up-to-date and exactly which strings need translation:

Simply click on the language to see which strings are missing. The format of the returned strings is "[section] valuename=string". We recommend that you make translation updates on a copy of the file. This is to prevent the online update from overwriting your changes on the next update. You also might find the tool WinMerge very useful to highlight added and removed lines.

Testing your new or updated language file
To test your new or updated language file simply restart the application and select the language you added or updated from the language selection drop down menu.

Submitting your translation
Once you have created a new translation or updated an existing translation, feel free to submit it here in the forum. Just create a new thread for your language if it doesn't exist yet and attach your language file to it. If a thread for this particular language already exists, add your updated language file as a reply to the existing thread.

As a little thank you for your effort we are handing out free licenses for all our products to translators. This applies not only to full translations but to updates and corrections of existing translations as well :).

Reporting errors or problems with translations
If you find an error in a particular translation or if you run into any problems, please feel free to post them in the translation's forum thread.


#46011 Automatic game/full screen mode...

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 09 March 2012 - 11:24 PM

This feature has already been implemented in the current development version and will be available in the next version :).


#115340 a lot of False positives ?

Posted by Elise on 09 August 2014 - 04:30 PM

Hi G-hot,

All these files are detected as PUP/adware (Application/Adware prefix), this means they're not malicious, but may exhibit possible undesired behavior. For example, offer the installation of third-party toolbars or application during setup. For this reason these are not false-positives and detection will not be changed.




#112593 License Key from 2.0.2 won't work in V9

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 25 June 2014 - 09:43 AM

Have a current license for 2.0.2.1012 and it is working fine. Downloaded V9 update and copy/pasted the key I received when I purchased V2 but V9 says it is invalid.
???

It appears you are mixing up Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (current version is 2.0.2.1012) and Emsisoft Anti-Malware (current version is 9.0.0.4142). Since Malwarebytes and Emsisoft are entirely different companies, the license keys aren't interchangeable. However, if you want I can send you a free 1 year license of our product :).


#111165 SVP FP AGAIN!

Posted by Siketa on 05 June 2014 - 09:11 PM

I'm also a customer, so what?

 

It seems you don't understand the way things work.

Each new version of unsigned application has to be manually added to AMN.

Emsi team is doing great job (I have bad experience with Comodo) but they can not trace all existing apps in the web!

Like I already recommended you, turn off behavior blocker module while installing known good software and then enable it again after the installation is finished.

 

It's that easy!




#108153 AV-Comparatives Real-World Protection Test March 2014

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 17 April 2014 - 05:21 PM

Great to see that FPs are decreasing.....

False positives didn't change compared to last year at all actually. We just had a lot of catching up to do. The false positive test set AVC compiled contains files, that even VT hasn't seen yet (which is quite an accomplishment) and that aren't even available online any longer. If you throw a product into that test for the very first time, it is bound to have higher false positives than other products who had the chance to scan earlier revisions of the collection before. That is a fact that AVC itself recognizes and is the reason why the false positive results for our product included a disclaimer.
 

My question is - why Emsisoft does not participate in these tests

They are simply too expensive and don't reach nearly as many people as AVC does. We may take part in those tests eventually, but in the end it comes down to either take part in this one test that most magazines don't really care about, or hire a new full time employee for a year.
 

It is no longer so good and colorful.
Whom to believe? Can do your own individual tests and see your scores?
I would recommend it just to do ....

CRDF is unreliable. The way it works is, that they query VT to see if they have seen a file before and if so, get the last scan results.

The problem with that approach is, that malware or files that have never been seen on VT, won't be included in the results, because CRDF does not submit any files to VT. One could argue that those are the most interesting ones as they are more likely to be new malware.

If files have been submitted before, no rescan is issued. That means, the scan results they use for the statistics can potentially be days or even weeks old.

Their sample set also contains a ton of PUPs. I can't talk for other companies, but we specifically asked VirusTotal not to enable the PUP detection. It just saves us a ton of hassle having to deal with PUP companies all day, as most of them just check if their crap is detected on VT. Out of curiosity I downloaded their samples for February and March a few weeks ago (12,756 files in total, 1,270 of which aren't PE EXE files) and just judging by the digital certificates and version info alone at least 6,800 of the remaining 11,486 executable files are PUPs.

We talked to CRDF in the past, to maybe provide some more details in their statistic, but in their opinion these statistics shouldn't be used by anyone, so they have no intention to fix them.


#67972 which types of security apps are covered ?

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 15 February 2013 - 02:34 PM

Online Armor covers all these applications except the "Behavior Blocker" part. Behavior blockers and HIPS in the same product are pretty much mutually exclusive. They essentially both refer to the same underlying technology. The only difference is the way decisions are made on whether or not to allow a certain action. A HIPS will ask the user, while a behavior blocker tries to figure everything out on its own. Given that it should be obvious why those modes are mutually exclusive and why running both at the same time makes little sense:

You can't both ask a user about everything and not asking him and figuring it out internally on your own at the same time. You can install two different products (one HIPS, one behavior blocker) at the same time, but the only thing you achieve will be that you have to allow things twice. So either go with a HIPS or with a behavior blocker. But not both.


#66836 Emsisoft Anti-Malware 7.0.0.17 released!

Posted by Christian Mairoll on 30 January 2013 - 08:10 AM

Emsisoft Anti-Malware 7.0.0.17 is a maintenance update for improved overall stability and performance:
  • Decreased the required init time for online updates.
  • Improved license key handling and added support for Windows 2012 Server.
  • Internal modifications of update system (closing GUI doesn’t break updates anymore).
  • Problems in scheduler calculations used to evaluate the start time of auto-update and scheduled scans – fixed.
  • Crash during scans in Security Setup Wizard – fixed.
  • Several GUI fixes in freeware mode.
  • Software/server communication issue – fixed.
  • Improved restoration of modified registry values during cleaning.
  • Problem with multiple reloading of signatures after online update – fixed.
  • Crash when database location is changed – fixed.
  • Scanned objects counter shows wrong number in Commandline Scanner – fixed.
  • Added security measures to prevent a settings reset in case of a crash.
  • Several minor bugfixes in Outlook plugins.
  • Fixed a compatibility issue with the Surf Protection and Internet Explorer 10.
  • Improved integrity check for settings file to avoid losing settings.
  • Minor bugfixes.
  • Bug in settings store system fixed.
  • Changes to the help output of the Commandline Scanner.
  • Changes to the quarantine submit system.
  • Quarantine rescan on updates problem fixed.
  • Bug when exporting custom host rules fixed.
  • Wrong behavior of alert window when retrieving data from the anti-malware network fixed.
All customers who own a valid Emsisoft Anti-Malware licence will receive the new version at no cost through online updates as usual. You can also download the installation file from our Emsisoft Anti-Malware product page and test it for 30 days at no cost and without any obligations. When the trial period ends, you still can use the software in freeware mode to scan and clean infections.
Emsisoft Anti-Malware includes 27 language-packs: English, German, French, Russian, Italian, Dutch, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Croatian, Czech, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Japanese, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese.
 


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#49001 не работает Reidcall

Posted by Vspyshkin on 01 May 2012 - 08:31 AM

antidarckxxl, проблема может быть и не только в фаэрволе... Решение. Пропишите в файл hosts по пути C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc вот эти строчки:

173.193.157.100 gateway.raidtalk.com
173.192.186.8 api.raidtalk.com
173.192.186.8 jabber.raidtalk.com
174.120.95.186 api2.raidtalk.com
174.120.95.186 upload.raidtalk.com
174.120.95.186 upload2.raidtalk.com


#48817 ¥akuza112's malware submissions

Posted by ¥akuza112 on 28 April 2012 - 02:11 AM

Java Drive by .jar file

Posted Image


File Info

Report date: 2012-04-28 03:03:39 (GMT 1)
File name: signedcryptosuite-jar
File size: 20878 bytes
MD5 Hash: 1b52adfc6ef974be633b3ce82bb35af7
SHA1 Hash: e0123af7329e12c7172dafc2bee83bee7614313f
Detection rate: 0 on 14 (0%)
Status: CLEAN

Detections

Asquared -
Avast -
AVG -
Avira -
BitDefender -
ClamAV -
Comodo -
DrWeb -
Fprot -
IkarusT3 -
Panda -
STOPZilla -
TrendMicro -
VBA32 -

Scan report generated by
NoVirusThanks.org


http://wepawet.isecl...bb35af7&type=js


#38083 Тесты и обзоры

Posted by Illuminati on 19 November 2011 - 09:50 PM

MRGSingle Product Flash Test – Emsisoft Anti-Malware, November 2011.

Суперово!!! :o


#35964 Тесты и обзоры

Posted by Illuminati on 19 October 2011 - 03:42 AM

MRG Effitas - авторитетная независимая организация ,занимающаяся исследованиями безопасности в интернете, которая сосредоточена на обеспечении эффективного сравнения, анализа образцов вредоносных программ, новых угроз и другой информации в этой сфере.Ниже приведены суммарные результаты вендоров по всем группам исследований с начала 2011 года.


#115910 Request for adding aditional skins to Emsisoft Anti-Malware Version 9

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 18 August 2014 - 04:05 PM

In general we won't add skinning support to EAM or any of our products anytime soon. They are just bloat. We are an AV software, not an MP3 player ;).


#112070 Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Emsisoft Internet Security 9.0 Public Beta

Posted by Christian Mairoll on 19 June 2014 - 10:44 AM

Just contact our support team please.




#110825 MiTeC apps

Posted by Elise on 01 June 2014 - 04:22 PM

No, I tested it, it works fine. Did you run an online update after you got the alert? You should then see "submitting information to the Anti-Malware Network".




#110576 Delayed start

Posted by GT500 on 28 May 2014 - 03:24 PM

The value listed in msconfig is a registry value, so if you feel comfortable editing the Windows registry then yes you can change it.

The entry you are seeing is for the Guard (the part of Emsisoft Anti-Malware that draws the System Tray icon and handles displaying notifications). It needs to wait for the service the be running before it tries to start, and since the server takes longer to load than it does it is best to have a small delay to prevent issues.


#109796 Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Emsisoft Internet Security 9.0 Public Beta

Posted by Christian Mairoll on 14 May 2014 - 07:08 PM

Just installed Internet Security 9 beta, and firstly, is there any way to install to another drive other than the default C please?

 

Yes, the setup files support a commandline parameter to change installation directory: /DIR="x:\dirname"




#109777 Proper way of reinstalling EAM?

Posted by GT500 on 14 May 2014 - 02:17 PM

... 3 activations with Kaspersky and your license is blocked ...


If a license key for Emsisoft Anti-Malware is remapped more than 5 times in a day, then our system will lock out any further remaps for 24 hours. If you contact support, we can clear the mapping history manually if needed.

In your case, this shouldn't end up being an issue. ;)


#107473 False Positives

Posted by Siketa on 11 April 2014 - 12:26 PM

...and download.mobogenie.com




#106955 Proactive protection vs script(vbs+vbe)

Posted by Fabian Wosar on 07 April 2014 - 01:17 PM

In general the behavior blocker ignores most scripting hosts, as it is not possible to distinguish which actions are triggered by the script and which are triggered by the scripting host. The File Guard however does trigger when trying to execute the scripts you uploaded.