ESET Garners Two More VB100 Awards

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ESET scores in two independent Virus Bulletin comparatives to record its 97th VB100 Award.

Virus Bulletin, the independent security software testing body, has just published its VB100 Comparative Review on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and VB100 Comparative Review on Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit.

In the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Comparative, Virus Bulletin has tested ESET Endpoint Security for Linux, scoring 100% in both - on demand and on access scanning. The same result was reached by ESET NOD32 Antivirus 9 in the second comparative, with Windows 8.1 acting as the test-bekd.

"ESET entered both tests with its trademark light system footprint and strong detection, adding two more VB100 awards to its huge collection," said John Hawes, Chief of Operations at Virus Bulletin.

"We are proud of our continued excellence in independent security software tests," said Palo Luka, Chief Technology Office at ESET. "From the beginning our aim has been to deliver consistent proactive protection for our customers via our internet security products in both business and consumer sector."

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1ESET has the lowest false positive track record of any vendor, according to AV-TEST and AV-Comparatives.
2Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS, IBM Domino, Kerio, FreeBSD, Exchange, SharePoint Server, VMware vShield
3ESET supports 30+ languages in its software solutions, and provides support in more than 50 languages via local teams in dozens of countries around the world.