ESET strengthens its product portfolio

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ESET has launched its latest consumer security product portfolio for Windows, designed to protect against the ever-expanding threats from the internet including data theft, malware and viruses. ESET’s new portfolio of products enhances the security capabilities of ESET NOD32 Antivirus, ESET Internet Security and ESET Smart Security Premium.

With its new layer of the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Scanner, included in all three products, levels of malware protection are enhanced by detecting threats that potentially launch before the operating system boots up. Threats including rootkits and ransomware target vulnerabilities in the UEFI and are highly persistent, even surviving after an operating system is reinstalled. ESET’s UEFI Scanner prevents these types of attacks.

“The ever-increasing use of Internet in our daily lives has led to increasing and sophisticated threats. As pioneers of endpoint security we strive to stay ahead of the curve and our new line of solutions comes with enhanced security features,“ said Dimitris Raekos, General Manager, ESET Middle East.

The new line is ideal for connected households with a new feature that embraces the Internet of Things (IoT) and keeps all of the smart devices that connect to a home network safe. Additionally, the re-invented license manager gives users peace of mind as all the important data is available at one click at

The enhanced Connected Home Monitor (previously Home Network Protection) helps users protect their computers from threats coming from Wi-Fi networks.

For customers purchasing a full license, ESET automatically provides technical assistance, in the relevant local language. Lastly, there is no charge for customers upgrading to the latest software – all valid ESET licence holders can simply download the latest products.

New solutions are available in most regional retail stores but also on ESET Middle East online store.


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