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Free ESET Mobile Security for Android

Posted In Android, Antivirus, Mobile - By Techtiplib on Saturday, May 12th, 2012 With No Comments »

Protect your Android smartphone and tablet from emerging threats. Keep your phone or tablet secure and its contents away from prying eyes with award-winning ESET antivirus technology.

ESET Mobile Security

Use your mobile device without worrying about emerging threats or privacy breaches. Stay secure while you do your internet banking, connect to public Wi-Fi, exchange emails or go online shopping. Your sensitive data is kept safe against abuse and you are protected against malware hidden in applications. The Anti-Theft helps you locate or block access to your device in case it is lost or stolen.

ANTI-THEFT FEATURES

  • Simple SMS: commands to help you maintain control over your lost or stolen device
  • Remote LOCK: Lock phone remotely by SMS to prevent unauthorized access to data
  • Remote WIPE: Delete contacts, messages and memory cards
  • Localization: LOCATE lost or stolen phone by a remote SMS command

OTHER FEATURES TO SIMPLIFY YOUR MOBILE LIFE

  • Anti-Malware Protection: Scans all downloaded and accessed applications and files for malware
  • SMS/MMS Antispam: Block SMS/MMS messages from unknown numbers
  • Call Blocking: Block unwanted incoming and outgoing calls
  • Security Audit with Built-in Task Manager: Monitor vital phone functions, including battery life, free disk space, running processes, Bluetooth and device visibility
  • Program interface localized in 24 languages: English, Polish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Russian, Hungarian, Spanish, German, Portuguese Brazilian, Dutch, French, Romanian, Turkish, Swedish, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Italian, French Canadian, Korean, Spanish Latin, Czech, Hebrew and Slovak
  • Some features are not available for tablets which do not support calling and messaging

Get free ESET Mobile Security here!

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