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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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ESET Researchers Uncover New Android Banking Botnet With Victims in Almost 50 Countries

Android banking botnet malware based on publicly available source code has been discovered on Google Play. Weak security of the C&C server allowed ESET to analyze the botnet.

Recent Report Proves that ESET Delivers 100% Protection to Consumers with No False Positives

ESET was awarded two gold medals and a ‘Top rated product’ badge in AV-Comparatives’ Summary report for 2016.

Global Cybersecurity Organization To Refocus Its Operations On Strategic Growth

ESET appoints new leaders for business, technology and operations.

ESET’s Latest Banking Malware Discovery Sheds Light on Increasingly Sophisticated Attacks on Finance

Today, ESET researchers published findings that illustrate how one of the newer cybercrime groups, RTM, has been deploying complex malware based in the Delphi programming language, that targets a type...

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Sunny with a chance of stolen credentials: Malicious weather app found on Google Play

ESET has spotted a new banking malware on Google Play. Disguised as a weather forecast app, it steals banking credentials and locks screens.

New crypto-ransomware hits macOS

This last month we have seen a new ransomware for Mac. Written in Swift, it is distributed on BitTorrent distribution site as “Patcher” for pirating popular software.

Android malware: It doesn’t hurt to know about this

Android malware is an increasing problem ... but worry not – n this infographic, we highlight some of the key things you should be aware of.

Healthcare data breaches reach a ‘sizeable number of US consumers’

Approximately 26% of Americans have been compromised by healthcare data breaches, according to a new survey from Accenture.