Press Releases


March 23, 2009 | Bratislava

A new variant of Conficker Worm Ready for Massive Attack on PC Infrastructure

The new variant of the dangerous worm Conficker is rapidly spreading through the Internet. The malware‘s variants, which appeared previously have succeeded in shutting down thousands of PCs worldwide. Computer security experts agree that Win32/Conficker.X, (also dubbed by some vendors as Conficker.C or Conficker.D) poses even a greater threat than its predecessors.

March 23, 2009 | Bratislava

A new variant of Conficker Worm Ready for Massive Attack on PC Infrastructure

The new variant of the dangerous worm Conficker is rapidly spreading through the Internet. The malware‘s variants, which appeared previously have succeeded in shutting down thousands of PCs worldwide. Computer security experts agree that Win32/Conficker.X, (also dubbed by some vendors as Conficker.C or Conficker.D) poses even a greater threat than its predecessors.

March 23, 2009 | Bratislava

A new variant of Conficker Worm Ready for Massive Attack on PC Infrastructure

The new variant of the dangerous worm Conficker is rapidly spreading through the Internet. The malware‘s variants, which appeared previously have succeeded in shutting down thousands of PCs worldwide. Computer security experts agree that Win32/Conficker.X, (also dubbed by some vendors as Conficker.C or Conficker.D) poses even a greater threat than its predecessors.

March 12, 2009 | Bratislava

When Popularity Becomes Exploited: Infiltrations via USB Devices on Rise

Worms, such as WIn32/Agent and Win32/Agent.NFL were among the most frequent threats afflicting PC users across Europe, including the Czech Republic, Germany, Finland, Lithuania and Latvia. Yet another type of malware, namely WMA/TrojanDownloader.GetCodec.Gen has been dominant across a sizable portion of the continent, appearing in Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy and Hungary.

March 12, 2009 | Bratislava

When Popularity Becomes Exploited: Infiltrations via USB Devices on Rise

Worms, such as WIn32/Agent and Win32/Agent.NFL were among the most frequent threats afflicting PC users across Europe, including the Czech Republic, Germany, Finland, Lithuania and Latvia. Yet another type of malware, namely WMA/TrojanDownloader.GetCodec.Gen has been dominant across a sizable portion of the continent, appearing in Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy and Hungary.

March 12, 2009 | Bratislava

When Popularity Becomes Exploited: Infiltrations via USB Devices on Rise

Worms, such as WIn32/Agent and Win32/Agent.NFL were among the most frequent threats afflicting PC users across Europe, including the Czech Republic, Germany, Finland, Lithuania and Latvia. Yet another type of malware, namely WMA/TrojanDownloader.GetCodec.Gen has been dominant across a sizable portion of the continent, appearing in Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy and Hungary.

February 26, 2009 | Bratislava

ESET launches the most effective solutions to combat malware

Today, ESET introduces a new generation of its security solutions, delivering its most effective protection against emerging threats. Built on the unique and time-tested ThreatSense® technology that has made ESET into a leader in proactive protection - ESET Smart Security® 4 and ESET NOD32 Antivirus® 4 - were optimized for even greater protection and enhanced usability, while retaining their signature small system footprint.

February 26, 2009 | Bratislava

ESET launches the most effective solutions to combat malware

Today, ESET introduces a new generation of its security solutions, delivering its most effective protection against emerging threats. Built on the unique and time-tested ThreatSense® technology that has made ESET into a leader in proactive protection - ESET Smart Security® 4 and ESET NOD32 Antivirus® 4 - were optimized for even greater protection and enhanced usability, while retaining their signature small system footprint.

February 26, 2009 | Bratislava

ESET launches the most effective solutions to combat malware

Today, ESET introduces a new generation of its security solutions, delivering its most effective protection against emerging threats. Built on the unique and time-tested ThreatSense® technology that has made ESET into a leader in proactive protection - ESET Smart Security® 4 and ESET NOD32 Antivirus® 4 - were optimized for even greater protection and enhanced usability, while retaining their signature small system footprint.

February 26, 2009 | Bratislava

New flaw in Excel exploited for targeted cyber attacks

Malware writers have created a malicious program exploiting unpatched vulnerability in some versions of MS Excel. ESET, a leading provider of security solutions – catalogues this malware as X97M/TrojanDropper.Agent.NAI. trojan.

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