Andrew Lee, CTO of ESET LLC explains how retrospective tests identify and measure heuristic capabilities of various antivirus products. Proactive detection of malware is essential in today's environment of evolving and accelerating threats - what do these tests measure, and why they are so important. How anti-threat programs are really testedMarch 1, 2006 | San Diego, CA
ESET, a global provider of security software for enterprises and consumers, has joined the Microsoft Virus Information Alliance (VIA) alongside vendors including McAfee and Symantec. Alliance members assist the Microsoft Product Support Services Security Team in providing Microsoft customers with detailed information about significant viruses that are affecting Microsoft products and its customers.February 18, 2006
Andrew Lee, CTO of ESET talks about the newest threats to hit the Internet and gives us invaluable tips and techniques, which allow us to safely surf the Internet without fear of malicious threats and identity theft. Andrew says, "Get smart. The biggest weapon that you have against malware is your own knowledge."February 13, 2006 | San Jose, CA
ESET, a global provider of security software for enterprises and consumers, today announced the upgrade of its NOD32 Antivirus for Linux. With this release, enterprise and ISP customers benefit from even greater performance and flexibility at their gateway mail servers.January 9, 2006
Randy Abrams, Director of Technical Education addresses how to make sure that your company is protected from Viruses, Spyware, Malware, Identity Theft, as well as other Internet pests in the coming year.January 4, 2006 | San Diego, CA
ESET, a global provider of security software for enterprises and consumers, announced today that its NOD32 protects against a new Windows Metafile (WMF or .wmf) vulnerability for which Microsoft does not yet have an available resolution. Users running Microsoft Windows ME, 2000, XP and Windows 2003 systems are vulnerable to a “loophole” in WMF which enable cyber criminals to take control of online devices and execute malicious code. With a patch from Microsoft pending for January 10, 2006 at the earliest, ESET has made an interim patch available for both customers and non customers.