CryptoDrop – v1.5 Release (and a coupon)!

We’ve been a bit quiet for the last few weeks, and it’s because we have been working hard on today’s major release. We’re happy to announce that CryptoDrop v1.5 is now officially live!


What were we working on? We’ve made lots of improvements, including upgrades to our drivers (which improves stability) and changes to our detection engine (which makes things faster for you).

The biggest public-facing change is Multiple customers told us that they wanted a convenient way to see where their licenses were being used, and a better means to control their installations. Our goal was to create a simple to use, centralized portal for each of our customers.

We’ve also made a shift in how you can purchase CryptoDrop. We had multiple inquiries for more flexible licenses to better meet the needs of our customers.  We now offer recurring subscriptions, which will automatically cover you for new premium features, bug fixes, and updates.

Our new options include monthly licenses, our traditional 1 year license, and our new Family Pack which makes it easier to protect multiple computers at home or the office. To encourage you to give them a try, we’re offering a 10% off coupon on all of our products that’s good until March 28th, 2018.

(Use “CD-BLOG10” at Checkout to claim it)

Paddle also allows you to pay in most local currencies, which means that you don’t have to worry about paying foreign transaction fees.

The core of CryptoDrop is the same – we continue to provide industry-leading defense against ransomware. Our patent-pending defense has been tested against over 1,000 samples and variants, and we have been verified by independent labs.

Being hit by ransomware is far more expensive than the money the attacker demands. It’s the cost of your time, the loss of your photos and money spent on expensive professional services to restore your machine to working order.

Or you could simply stop ransomware in its tracks with CryptoDrop v1.5. Give us a try – We Stop Ransomware.


Note: With this release we are updating our Privacy Policy. The only change is in our payment processor (now PayPal). Data for current customers will not be shared with the new payment processor unless those customers opt to make a purchase. Give it a look – we actually care about your privacy, and say so in clear terms!

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