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NOD32 beta test versions

As we all know, there is, never has been, and never could be any Mac or Linux malware. If it did, no Mac or Linux user would fall for it, and if they did it would be their own fault. Microsoft-loving antivirus companies are simply looking for excuses to line their pockets.

(Guys, this is called irony! )

There you go. Now I’ve said it for you, there’s no need to clutter this page and my mailbox with fanboi comments and hatemail.

However, in case you’re gullible enough to believe that ESET, like other security companies, really believes that Mac and Linux users sometimes need anti-malware protection, we have now public beta test versions of our scanner available for OS X and for Linux desktop.

http://beta.eset.com/linux
http://beta.eset.com/macosx 

Declaration of interest: yes, I do currently work for ESET. And I am that gullible.

David Harley FBCS CITP CISSP
Chief Operations Officer, AVIEN
Director of Malware Intelligence, ESET

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