ESET today announces global availability of ESET Mail Security for IBM Domino with new user interface and even more layers of protection.AwardsMay 5, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET security solutions scored highest in key spam-filtering tests for both business and home users.
Virus Bulletin and AV-Comparatives recently published their tests of anti-spam protection. The highest-rated security solutions in both tests were ESET products.ProductsApril 19, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET announces the availability of its Beta version of ESET NOD32® Antivirus 10 together with a brand new product designed for home users - ESET Internet Security.MalwareApril 14, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET researchers analyzed a scam campaign on Facebook that spreads a malicious browser plugin via social engineering techniques.MalwareApril 7, 2016
ESET, in collaboration with CyS-CERT and other partners, has taken down Mumblehard, the infamous Linux server botnet.
A year ago, ESET analyzed the Mumblehard botnet which was comprised of thousands of infected Linux systems located all around the world. ESET announces that in cooperation with CyS-CERT and the Cyber Police of Ukraine, Mumblehard has been successfully taken down.MalwareApril 6, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET researchers have spotted a scam campaign on Facebook that steals the social network users’ payment card details.AwardsMarch 31, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET Endpoint Antivirus recorded strong detection, excellent stability and low resource requirements in the latest Virus Bulletin’s VB100 Comparative Review.
Virus Bulletin published its latest VB100 Comparative Review on Windows Server 2008 R2 report.MalwareMarch 30, 2016 | Bratislava
Linux/Remaiten combines capabilities of two previous versions of bots and adds a unique spreading mechanism able to infect embedded devices.
ESET have spotted a new and improved version of Kaiten with three versions already identified.MalwareMarch 23, 2016 | Bratislava
USB Thief, a new threat to data, is capable of stealthy attacks against air-gapped systems and also well protected against detection and reverse-engineering.
ESET researchers have discovered a new data-stealing Trojan malware, detected by ESET as Win32/PSW.Stealer.NAI and dubbed USB Thief.MalwareMarch 11, 2016 | Bratislava
ESET warns users against an increased number of infected emails containing a malicious attachment, which downloads and installs ransomware onto an infected device.