ADAOX releases Beta version of ESET Antivirus
Dubai, December 6, 2009
ADAOX Middle East, the exclusive distribution partner and the regional business development centre of ESET NOD32 Antivirus, has released new ESET products for public Beta testing for its customers in the Middle East.
ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 for Mac and ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux, respectively meet the demanding criteria for advanced PC protection, detecting threats engineered for a multitude of platforms, said a company official.
All ESET products employ advanced heuristic analysis that creates a layer of defense against emerging threats and use generic signatures for reliable detection of mutations of known viruses.
“By developing a security solution for Linux and Mac, ESET is responding to the user demand, as well as the vulnerability of these operating systems to exploits. The need to extend protection to these platforms stems from the fact that they have been known to act as a carrier for computer threats infecting other workstations in the network running on the Microsoft Windows platform,” said Neo Neophytou, managing director of ADAOX Middle East.
The main features of ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 for Mac OS and Linux include
*Automatic detection and cleaning malware – including threats designed for Windows, Mac OS X as well as cross-platform malware.
*Advanced scan setup options - ESET NOD32 for Mac OS X enables you to adjust size, time and depth limits for scanning files, archives and other objects.
*Automatically scans removable media to close this widely used infiltration vector
*Protects your system in real time – all file actions, such as Copy, Move, Download are automatically controlled in the background. Focusing on entry points – email attachments, removable media, and downloaded files – ESET NOD32 for MAC OS X ensures that harmful applications are eliminated before any damage can be inflicted.
“We are confident our Middle East customers using Mac OS X and Linux platforms will find the new beta version of ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 very useful and efficient in detecting known and unknown internet threats,” Neophytou added.-TradeArabia News Service
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