ESET Multi-Device Security: Advanced Antivirus Pack for Windows, Mac, and Android

ESET Multi-Device Security

One security pack for all your devices.

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Press releases

ESET Secure Authentication recognized at Enterprise Innovation Awards 2016

ESET's mobile-based two-factor authentication solution, was today recognized as the best in Identity and Authentication Management at the Enterprise Innovation Awards 2016.

ESET uncovers new Stegano exploit kit. The malicious code leading to it hides in the pixels of advertising banners

ESET detection systems show, that in the last two months this malicious content has been displayed to more than a million users.

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We Live Security blog

Hacker who stole celebrity emails, sex videos, movie scripts gets five years in prison

Alonzo Knowles was sentenced to five years in prison after being found guilty in a separate case involving the hacking of female celebrities' online accounts

The cybercrime business model and its value chain

The security landscape has evolved to a point where most IT threats occur with the intention of generating financial gain for their creators and financiers.