ESET® MICRO UPDATES SERVICE

Up-to-date security for operations with limited internet access

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ESET Micro Updates

Our solutions are suitable for industries with limited internet access or with strict update policies. It is important to keep security updates, and detection engine up-to-date, while balancing the cost and availability of an internet connection.


Why a Micro Updates Service?

Industries with very limited internet access

shipping or transportation
public infrastructure
banking (POS terminals) etc.

Production plants running older hardware or operating systems

manufacturing
automotive
aviation

Organizations applying very strict update policies

military
pharmaceuticals

Benefit from the following features

Small update size

ESET Micro Updates are very small update files of 250 to 500 kilobytes per week. If for any reason you miss two consecutive updates, thus making a standard weekly update impossible, you can still download a differential update after 4 weeks (comprising around 1 to 2 megabytes). After that, you may resume downloading regular weekly updates as usual.

Distribution and update process

Once a week, ESET generates a special differential update, which contains all the essential changes from the previous week. The latest format is compatible with all Version 3 and later ESET products. The update process is then straightforward – simply unpack the contents of the archive to a mirror directory and update all client computers from that mirror.

Minimal system footprint

ESET software is well known for its small system footprint. This has two advantages: It allows you to use the full power of your hardware, even during scanning and updates; and it makes ESET software fully compatible with older machines.

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