ESET Launches New Online Scanner

ESET announced the availability of a new, powerful online scanning service. Powered by award-winning ESET NOD32 Antivirus software, the ESET Online Scanner is a free Web-based service that allows users to scan and disinfect systems, hard disks, compressed files and email -- without uninstalling their existing antivirus solution.

With the ESET Online Scanner, non-ESET users can identify hidden threats, get a “second opinion” on the health status of their computers, and determine the strength of their current malware solution.

“Antivirus and malware solutions are not created equal and after much education, users are starting to understand that the AV solutions that come with their computers may not catch existing malware or protect from emerging threats,” said Miroslav Trnka, co-founder and CTO of ESET. “Yet, users still rely on these limited solutions and believe that they are fully protected. Our company empowers computer users to make the best AV buying decisions. We are confident that those who try ESET Online Scanner will experience ESET’s advanced protection features.”

The ESET Online Scanner is based on ESET’s unique advanced heuristic detection technology, ThreatSense, and provides one of the industry’s most comprehensive analysis of a computer’s malware infection status. It not only detects both known and unknown forms of malware, including viruses, worms, Trojans, phishing and spyware, residing on a computer, but it also cleans the system and allows the end-user to troubleshoot and repair many malware-related problems.

Additional ESET Online Scanner Benefits:

* Fast and Easy-to-Use: The scanner is installed and activated by a single button

* Always Up-to-Date: Uses the most current threat signatures and heuristic detection algorithms available from the ESET Threat Lab

* Deep Scans: Scans inside archive files, runtime packed executables and email messages

* Anonymity: The Online Scanner can be used anonymously as contact information is not required to use the service


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