The legendary NOD32 engine makes its return once again, vowing to guard your PC against malicious code, hackers, and other threats. ESET NOD32 Antivirus is a lightweight solution for your computer’s protection needs. It’s crucial that you have good antivirus software when browsing the internet or receiving files from someone. Take advantage of the robust capabilities of ESET NOD32 Antivirus, designed to go against cyber-threats without causing slowdowns in your system.
While it doesn’t come with many extra features, you still get the essentials needed to safely do your thing on your PC. The clean and simplistic interface doesn’t promote any unnecessary extras and doesn’t prompt you to upgrade to a higher edition in order to scan and protect your device. Perfect for home users, ESET NOD32 Antivirus provides the necessary tools for a great value.
Stay secure while browsing, downloading files, and doing e-communication without worrying about hackers, scammers, and phishing attempts. By purchasing our product, you get a full year of protection for one PC via ESET NOD32 Antivirus 2019.
What threats does ESET NOD32 work against?
ESET NOD32 Antivirus is able to neutralize all types of cyber-threats. It’s extremely important that these malicious scripts, software, and codes don’t get the chance to mess with your PC. Here is a list of the most common types of attacks and what they can do without a proper antivirus application protecting you:
- • Malware — Code specifically designed to exploit and damage your computer, network, or server. Many times of malware exist, but they all aim to either make your computer unusable or steal information about you one way or another.
- • Ransomware — While ransomware is still considered malware, it’s much more devastating than most viruses. It’s capable of locking your device, encrypting your files, and demanding a large payment in order to potentially gain everything back.
- • Phishing — Fake websites set up to look identical to real platforms or stores, but operated by hackers in order to steal your login credentials or personal information.
- • Exploits — Hackers often use exploits to take advantage of system security holes that need to be patched by an update or guarded by an antivirus.
- • Adware — We all hate inappropriate advertisements. If your computer gets infected with adware, you’ll only see more of it. Adware is capable of opening your browser and redirecting you to websites full of advertisements, which becomes annoying and impossible to put up with.