The first integrated cyber protection solution on the market; the first version was released in 2017

  • Over 5,500,000
    users worldwide trusted us
  • Over 100,000
    prevented cyberattacks last year
  • Over 500,000,000
    clones and backups

Choose a cyber protection plan that meets your needs

Formerly Acronis True Image

What our users say

  • Acronis True Image made cloning my old hard drive and moving to a new SSD a breeze. The cloning process was quick and simple, and I did not have to spend much time learning how to do it.

    John A.
    Verified user
  • I recently migrated my system to a new computer with Acronis True Image, and the process was seamless. Everything works perfectly, and their customer support was extremely helpful.

    Sarah M.
    Verified user
  • I always create a full replica of my system before installing new drivers or upgrading my applications, just in case I need to roll back. Acronis True Image has never failed me to get my system back in no time.

    George G.
    Verified user

Supported platforms

Microsoft Windows

  • Windows 11 (all editions)
  • Windows 10 (all editions)
  • Windows 8+ (all editions)
  • Windows 7 SP1 (all editions)
  • Windows Home Server 2011

    Windows file systems

    • NTFS
    • Ext2/Ext3/Ext4
    • ReiserFS(3)
    • Linux SWAP
    • HFS+/HFSX
    • FAT16/32/exFAT

      Apple macOS

      • macOS Sonoma 14
      • macOS Ventura 13
      • macOS Monterey 12
      • macOS Big Sur 11
      • macOS Catalina 10.15

        macOS file system

        • APFS
        • HFS+
        • Core Storage
        • FAT32
        • NTFS (including Boot Camp)

          Mobile operating systems

          • iOS 12.0 or later
          • Android 7.0 or later
            Acronis

            Mobile backup

            Keep your mobile contacts, calendars, photos and files safe. Our free Acronis Mobile app safeguards your device, as well as all of your family’s smartphones and tablets with Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly Acronis True Image).

            Looking for help?

            Frequently Asked Questions

            • What is ransomware?

              Ransomware is the malicious software that encrypts your files, blocks access to your device, and demands a ransom for the encryption key.

            • What are the different types of malicious files?

              Below are the most common malicious files detected:
              Viruses: Viruses are malicious programs that attach themselves to legitimate files or programs and spread when those files are executed. They can corrupt or delete data, spread to other files, and damage a computer's functionality.
              Worms: Worms are standalone malicious programs that replicate and spread across networks without requiring user interaction. They can spread rapidly, consuming network resources and causing damage.
              Trojans: Trojans are deceptive programs that appear harmless but contain malicious code. They often trick users into executing them by disguising themselves as legitimate software. Trojans can steal data, provide unauthorized access to a system, or create backdoors for attackers.
              Ransomware: Ransomware encrypts a victim's files or entire system, rendering them inaccessible. Attackers then demand a ransom in exchange for providing the decryption key. Paying the ransom is not recommended, as it encourages further criminal activity.

            • How to protect against ransomware attacks?

              Use Active Protection of Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office. For more information, see the procedures for Windows and for Mac.

            • How does anti-ransomware work?

              Active Protection constantly monitors your computer, providing real-time protection against ransomware, cryptomining malware, and other suspicious processes. It uses behavior analysis and exploit prevention to detect new threats and protects your files, backups, and drives. Additionally, the web filtering feature blocks access to potentially harmful websites, ensuring comprehensive protection for your computer.

            • Can I try Acronis anti-ransomware software before purchasing?

              Yes, we offer 30-days free trial.

            • Does Acronis anti-ransomware protection include zero-day attacks?

              Yes, it does. The dedicated cybersecurity software can detect, stop and block malicious activity and quickly restore any affected files. Moreover, you can use Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office to protect files and documents in real time, get notified about the critical software patching, and create multiple complete system backups to ensure full recovery even if a zero-day attack occurs.

            • Can I use Acronis anti-ransomware for personal and business needs?

              Yes. You can use Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office product, allowing you to protect up to 5 machines. If you would like to protect more than 5 machines, you can use our solution for businesses - Acronis Cyber Protect.

            • Can Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office prevent ransomware before happening?

              Yes. Anti-ransomware protection monitors in real time the processes running on your computer. When it detects a third-party process that tries to encrypt your files, the service informs you about it. In this way, the potentially harmful ransomware processes are blocked before they encrypt your device.

              Product help
              If you need product assistance, you can find helpful materials in the Knowledge Base. Or, post questions on our discussion boards.
              Technical support
              For subscription owners, there is free, 24-hour technical support. Refer to the Technical Support Site to find the appropriate support contact.

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