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ESET Endpoint Security Ranked As Top Performer

ESET has been recognized as the most lightweight solution on market in special business test by AV-Comparatives

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ESET Undisputed No.1 in Spam Protection

ESET security solutions scored highest in key spam-filtering tests for both business and home users

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Don’t let Black Friday be a dark day for online security

10 tips to help you stay safe while shopping online this Black Friday.

ESET Reviews the Scariest Zombie Botnets and Offers Online Tips for Halloween

ESET researchers offer security tips for Halloween and take a look at the scariest zombie botnets.

ESET Launches Enhanced Consumer Product Portfolio Offering Highest Levels of Protection

ESET's new product features released today, enhance the security capabilities of the award-winning ESET NOD32 Antivirus, ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium.

ESET Endpoint Security Receives Bronze Award in 2017 Gartner Customer Choice Awards

ESET Endpoint Protection Platforms receives 4.7 out of 5 from 116 enterprise-grade users

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Banking malware on Google Play targets Polish banks

Besides delivering the promised functionalities, the malicious apps can display fake notifications and login forms seemingly coming from legitimate banking applications, harvest credentials entered...

Happy holidays, scam spotters!

Businesses are often sent fake invoices and waybills which install ransomware. Teach staff to avoid these. If questionable, ask your IT dept to look at it. E-cards have been a target in the past and...

StrongPity2 spyware replaces FinFisher in MitM campaign – ISP involved?

As we reported in September, in campaigns we detected in two different countries, man-in-the-middle attacks had been used to spread FinFisher, with the “man” in both cases most likely operating at the...

Virtual keyboard app exposes personal data of 31 million users

The developer’s keyboard apps boast 40 million users across Android and iOS, but “only” Android users were affected by the security lapse.