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 to Give Keynote Speech at Security Days 2017

Nick FitzGerald from ESET to deliver insights on latest trends in cybersecurity and how security professionals across Asia can combat these threats

Security by design for mobile device manufacturers

Security rarely moves at the pace of the market – products ship to meet marketing deadlines, not security deadlines. Security seems like a difficult-to-absorb expense relative to new feature...

We Live Security blog

Birthday Reminder looks benign but the devil’s in the details: Hooks DNS, serves dodgy ads

The strange behavior of a simple Windows application caught our attention and sparked the analysis by ESET of a previously undocumented malware.

WannaCryptor attack ‘may have come from Lazarus group’

Experts in the UK and the US have reportedly claimed that the recent global WannaCryptor ransomware attack was initiated by the North Korean Lazarus Group.