Enigma Software Group's Battle with Malwarebytes Headed to the Court of Appeals to Protect Consumers' Rights
Enigma Software Group, respectfully, disagrees with the District Court's characterization of the case facts and conclusions of law in its Opinion and is appealing the decision, as is its right under the law. Any suggestion by Malwarebytes that the legal dispute is over ignores the authority of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to review the merits of Enigma Software Group's claims. Enigma Software Group has already previously pointed out the odd contradiction in Malwarebytes' legal position, which logically allows every competitor of Malwarebytes to list Malwarebytes also as a Potentially Unwanted Program. Enigma Software Group believes that Malwarebytes' legal arguments are wrong on the facts of this case and fly in the face of the law − and would potentially expose any company improperly applying the law to significant liabilities and damages as asserted by Enigma Software Group against Malwarebytes. Enigma Software Group steadfastly believes in the merits of its claims and has great confidence in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to review the strength of its case. Case No. 5:17-cv-02915-EJD-Enigma Software Group USA, LLC v. Malwarebytes, Inc.
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About Enigma Software Group USA, LLC
Enigma Software Group USA, LLC is a privately held international systems integrator and developer of PC security software, with affiliated offices in the United States and the European Union. The company's specialties are the development of PC security software, online security analysis, adaptive threat assessment, and detection of PC security threats, as well as malware custom fixes for its millions of subscribers worldwide. ESG is best known for SpyHunter®, its anti-malware software product and service. To learn more about ESG, visit www.enigmasoftware.com or watch the following video https://youtu.be/GZFK3NV1Hok.