October 8, 2009 | San Diego, CA

Requests for Support

One of the less obvious tasks associated with blogging is that every so often we have to find time to go through the comments that have been posted to our blogs. Inevitably, some are examples of blog spam that have slipped through our filters. Some are comments to blogs we posted long ago, and while that doesn't mean we ignore them, it sometimes means that they don't get our attention as quickly as you might wish.Others are wildly off-topic for this blog: that doesn't mean we ignore those, either, but this blog is maintained by members of ESET LLC's Research team, and while we'll help with anything within our spheres of competence, we aren't resourced or qualified to comment on many of the issues that are raised such as future development plans or support problems.

October 2, 2009 | Bratislava

September - Rise of USB and Exchangeable Media-borne Threats

Throughout September, the popularity of exchangeable media has contributed to the high occurrence of related threats in the Slovak Republic. INF/Autorun is the country‘s top threat with a share of 5.51%. A similar trend was registered also in Israel (4.99%), Latvia (4.97%) and Lithuania (5.44%). Even higher share of USB-exploiting threats was registered in the United Arab Emirates – 7.36%.

September 29, 2009 | Bratislava

ESET Announces Support for Windows 7

The complete line of ESET products - ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 and ESET Smart Security 4 (home and business editions), Remote Administrator 3, SysInspector and ESET Online Scanner are fully compatible with Microsoft’s new operating system.

September 23, 2009 | Bratislava

ESET launches Public Beta of ESET Mobile Antivirus for Symbian

ESET, the creator of security software for the protection against all – even unknown computer threats has submitted for public testing a beta version of ESET Mobile Antivirus for Symbian operating system.

September 16, 2009 | Bratislava

Is there a lawyer in the lab?

Virus Bulletin Conference is the most important event in the antivirus industry. Once a year, it offers an opportunity for top managers of antivirus and software companies to get together with top experts on combatting malware, software developers as well as other experts on PC/Internet security. VB2009 is going to take place in Geneve, Switzerland.

September 8, 2009 | Bratislava

Facebook Fan Check Virus – Hoax Directing Users to Rogue Antivirus

The users of the popular social networking site Facebook - including fans of ESET - have reported a virus targeting Facebook Fan Check application. This is a hoax that has been spread among the application’s users, which in turn has led to increased search activity on this topic.

September 2, 2009 | Bratislava

PC Threats in August: Conficker on the Decline; Downloaders on the Rise

For the month of August, Win32/Conficker is the most wide-spread threat globally with a share of 8.56%. Moreover, the Scandinavian countries continue to have a high exposure to the Koobface worm targeting users of social networks such as Facebook and MySpace.

August 20, 2009

ESET Mobile Antivirus Updated

In just under one year after the initial release of ESET Mobile Antivirus for Windows Mobile in English, ESET is pleased to expand support for the following 15 localized language versions:

August 19, 2009 | Bratislava

New Virus Win32/Induc.A Threatens Legitimate Apps

The Delphi programming language tends to be used in quite robust database applications used primarily by banks and other institutions processing vast amounts of data, some of which have already reported being infected with Win32/Induc.A. The virus itself isn’t destructive, but rather uses innovative and uncommon techniques to spreading quickly.

August 5, 2009 | Bratislava

PC Users Threatened by Conficker Worm and new Internet-browser Modifier

Win32/Conficker remains top threat in Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, South Africa and Italy. For the month of July, Poland and France were dominated by a mixture of Trojans of the Win32/PSW.OnLineGames

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