ACESO is based on commercially available WiperSoft Antimalware (wipersoft.com), which is operating in +100 countries already, with 1 million + users.
ACESO offers a totally new model for user behavior, by changing the cybersecurity market into advanced innovative solutions – every user can independently control cyber threats.
With 1.5 million cyber-attacks every year, online crime is a real threat to anyone on the Internet. A global study by the UNOCD (2018) finds that digital theft affects between 1% and 17% of the online population. More than 42% of users were targeted by cyber criminals in 2017.
With these numbers in mind, many users simply cannot afford to protect their computer, as major AV companies charge from $20 to $40 per software on average. Cybercrime is widespread, targeting markets with low average income. Governments try to cope with the growing number of malware by spending millions of dollars on protection, but it’s like an epidemic that spreads no matter what.
A few major companies dominate the market and are closed from the community. This makes them not as effective as possible, because malware threats appear every single second and a demand for quick reaction and research is necessary. However, existing software is too slow and has databases that are too poor to properly react to the new emerging threats.
Big security software vendors are only quick and interested in fixing malware infections that are quite widespread, with a thousand infected users at the very least. ACESO, on the other hand, would help solve even the smaller malware infections in a quick manner.
ACESO suggests an End User pays average of $1 for computer protection from malware. It is possible, because in our case, the user pays for the actual fix instead of software. The thing is, that usually, the same infection spreads to many computers. As it’s the same infection, so the solution for fixing it is the same as well. When 100 infected users pay $1, we have $100 in total to fix 1 infection, and that’s more than enough.
We decentralize the earning centre and 90% of all cybersecurity earnings give back to the community. ACESO has proof of concept guidelines on how to spot and identify malware. We’ll share this info with the community and let them help each other, where a Researcher will get 30% and a Malware analyst – 60% of the computer protection fee.