ESET Smart Security PremiumProduct Overview
- About ESET Smart Security Premium
- Pros of ESET Smart Security Premium
- Cons of ESET Smart Security Premium
- Breakdown of core features
ESET Smart Security Premium product overview
ESET Smart Security Premium delivers multi-layered antimalware protection for all internet users, built on ESET’s trademark mix of detection, speed, and usability. The platform provides antivirus and antispyware for Windows, macOS, and Android devices.
ESET Smart Security Premium enables users to generate and store ultra-secure passwords, encrypt USB storage devices, protect webcams from misuse, and check their Wi-Fi router’s security. The software also has capabilities for testing smart devices connected to the router for vulnerabilities. Users can bank and pay online safely with the system’s secure browser window and locate their missing laptop. The solution offers premium features for comprehensive security.
Pros of ESET Smart Security Premium
- It runs smoothly in the background without interruptions.
- It gives a monthly insight into how the system protects computers. This summary includes information about detected threats, blocked web pages, intercepted spam emails, and blocked webcam accesses.
Cons of ESET Smart Security Premium
- It doesn’t provide antivirus for iPhones and iPads.
Breakdown of core features
LiveGuard is a personalized feature that actively protects devices against never‑before‑seen threats. It handles a wide range of file types, including documents, scripts, installers, and executable files. It runs suspicious files in a safe, sandboxed environment within the ESET HQ Cloud.
ESET Smart Security Premium generates extra-strong encrypted passwords, stores and organizes them, and automatically fills in forms. With this feature, users need to remember only their master password. It also allows users to log out from every website and secure their browsing history remotely.
Script-based attack protection
ESET Smart Security Premium blocks malware that tries to lock users out of their data to demand a ‘ransom’ payment. The solution employs advanced behavior-based detection techniques to protect against malware that tries to damage devices by encrypting as many files as it can locate on local and network drives.
(Last updated on 04/25/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)