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Online Armor acquired by Emsisoft?


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Altiopoco

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Hi guys,

I was browsing around today to test out some firewall applications and collect some first hand experience using them. When I went to download Online Armor (which I use on my own machine) I noticed that the imprint on the Online Armor page changed from:
http://webcache.goog...r...=clnk&gl=de

To:
http://www.online-ar...e/impressum.php

For everyone who doesn't understand German: Previously the imprint stated that Emsisoft was responsible for selling and distributing the software and Tall Emu was responsible for the software itself. Now it says Emsisoft is responsible for the software as well and Tall Emu is no longer mentioned anywhere.

Does anyone know something about that?

Edited by Altiopoco, 28 June 2010 - 08:29 AM.

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Ibrad2010

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I know Emsisoft and Tall EMU have a partnership. Also Emsisoft handles some of the international selling if I remember correctly but I don't remember Emsisoft buything them. I can't find any info of them being bought out but they do have a very strong partnership.
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I am going to have to change my answer from no to possibly: Wilders Security Forum
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