September 23, 2009 | Bratislava | Press Releases

ESET launches Public Beta of ESET Mobile Antivirus for Symbian

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. The Beta version is to be tested of its basic functionality, including the scanning modes (on-demand and on-access), the heuristics, updates, logs and system activation.

Key Features

Proactive Detection

Optimized heuristic detection for mobile devices running Symbian OS provides top-of-the-line protection against all computer/internet threats.


ESET Mobile Antivirus for Symbian – Public Beta gives the user an option to delete infiltrations directly or move these into the quarantine, where they no longer pose a threat to the system. Once in quarantine, these files can either be cleaned permanently or renewed.

Broader Scan Options

The product offers scanning and cleaning of the integrated, as well as exchangeable media memory. Furthermore, it scans memory running processes and all files incoming and outgoing via wireless connection. The product offers a unique option to check the content of compressed archives and gives the user the option to set the depth of the scan on a 1-4 scale. 

Logs and Statistics

The user can track information about the status of the scan of the mobile device, as well as the database. The information is presented in a concise and intelligible form. Moreover, the user can adjust the length of older logs and informative statistics about the on-access scan.

Automatic Updates

Assure that your mobile device is protected even from emerging threats around the clock. The solution checks if the database is up to date, allowing the user to pre-set regular update intervals (weekly, monthly).

User Interface

Simple and intuitive user interface was designed around usability logic similar to that of the operating system.