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Most security companies offer protection at three levels: basic antivirus, entry-level security suite, and feature-rich security mega-suite. The trick is to balance the features at each level so that the user gets significant benefits at each upgrade. ESET Internet Security occupies the middle slot in this model, and upgrading from the antivirus gets you quite a lot. In addition to the expected firewall, spam filter, and parental control features, ESET Internet Security also brings you webcam security, online banking protection, and a home network analyzer, as well as protection for your macOS and Android devices. It packs in a lot of features, some of them top quality, others not quite up to that standard.
A one-license subscription to this suite costs $49.99 per year. Additional licenses, up to a total of 10, add $10 per year to the subscription price. For example, a three-license subscription runs to $69.99, about $10 less than the three-license price for Trend Micro Internet Security, Bitdefender, and Kaspersky.
Five ESET licenses would cost $89.99 per year, while you pay $104.99 for five Norton licenses. Note, though, that with Norton you get five licenses for a powerful security suite, five no-limits VPN licenses, and 50GB of online storage for your backups. McAfee doesn’t cap the number of devices you can protect. A $149.99 yearly subscription covers every Windows, macOS, Android, and iOS device in your household. There’s no direct comparison with McAfee’s no-limits play, but in general, ESET costs a bit less than most of the competition.At a quick glance, this suite’s spacious main window looks just like that of the standalone antivirus. ESET’s blue-eyed cyborg mascot gazes inscrutably from one corner. A big status indicator dominates the screen; when it’s green, all’s well. Three blue button panels run across the lower part of the screen. In the standalone antivirus, these buttons launch an antivirus scan, check for updates, and link to your ESET account online. The three buttons in the suite invoke a network security scan, launch Payment Protection, and display a security report.
This suite builds on the powerful antivirus protection found in ESET NOD32 Antivirus. My antivirus review goes into detail about those features; I hope you’ll read it. Here, I offer a digest of those findings
ESET participates in tests by three of the four independent labs whose test reports I follow, with scores that are mostly excellent. It passes both the tough tests administered by MRG-Effitas, where over half of tested products failed at least one.
Reports from AV-Test Institute rate products on Protection, Performance, and Usability, with six points possible for each. Like 80% of products in the latest test, ESET earned a perfect 18 of 18 possible points.
Rather than using a numeric scale, the testers at AV-Comparatives certify products as Advanced+, Advanced, or Standard, depending on how well they perform. Of the three tests I track, ESET earns one apiece of Standard, Advanced, and Advanced+. Avast, AVG, BitDefender, and McAfee took Advanced+ in all three.
For comparison purposes I use an algorithm that maps all the tests to a 10-point scale and derives an aggregate lab score. ESET’s 9.4 point aggregate score is good, but others do even better. Also tested by three labs, AVG currently holds a perfect 10 points and Bitdefender rates 9.9. Tested by all four, Kaspersky comes in at an impressive 9.9 points.
ESET eschews the quick scan offered by many competitors, but its full scan finished in just under a half-hour, quite a bit better than the current average of 66 minutes. In addition to its unusual UEFI firmware scan, the custom scan option offers a scan of the system Registry and the WMI databases, in each case seeking malware disguised as data and links to infected files.
In my own hands-on malware protection test, ESET detected 89% of the samples, but the fact that quite a few managed to install executable files despite ESET’s detection dragged its overall score down to 7.9 of 10 possible points. That’s the lowest score among products tested with this same set of samples. Also tested with the same samples, Malwarebytes scores a perfect 10, with McAfee and Sophos close behind at 9.9 points.
Using a feed of malware-hosting URLs discovered recently by researchers at MRG-Effita, I checked ESET’s ability to block the latest prevalent malware. It earns a very good 96% protection score, mostly by blocking all access to the dangerous URLs. Tops in this test are McAfee, Norton, and Sophos, which all earned a perfect 100%.
The same component that watches for dangerous sites also aims to foil phishing sites, fraudulent pages that imitate secure sits to steal your credentials. ESET detected 92% of the verified frauds, a score that just misses being in the top 10. F-Secure, McAfee, and Norton all score 100% in their respective tests.
Modern security offerings go beyond simply protecting one device. A central hub to manage all your installations is more important than ever. That’s where ESET Home (formerly My ESET) comes into play. Log in to ESET Home and you can view all your licenses and protected devices. Right from this dashboard you can open a license and add protection to the current device or send an email link to install on another device.
Shifting to the devices view, you can quickly see if any of your devices have security issues. You can get details on any problems, but to do anything about those issues you must go to the affected computer. There’s no remote configuration control like what you get with Sophos, Webroot, and a few others. The online dashboard is also the spot to manage the parental control and anti-theft components discussed below as well as the password manager introduced in the top-tier suite.
Device Control in ESET is probably better suited to a business setting than the home. It puts you in control of a wide variety of device types, including card readers, imaging devices, and Bluetooth devices, as well as more traditional external drives. You could, for example, ban all USB drives, but allow exceptions for specific drives or users. Some tech-savvy parents might use Device Control to keep their kids from mounting potentially infected USB drives, but the feature is probably beyond the average user
Both the antivirus and the suite have an impressive page of security-related tools, some for your own use and some more appropriate for use by a tech support agent. It took me a moment to find those shared tools in the suite. To reach them, you must click Tools in the menu and then click More Tools at the bottom right of the resulting screen. The most important is SysInpector, which snapshots the state of your PC and includes the ability to show what changed from one snapshot to another. Be sure to run SysInspector and save a baseline snapshot, in case you (or a tech support agent) need it to diagnose a problem later.
Windows Firewall does a fine job of fending off external attacks and making ports invisible by putting them in stealth mode. A third-party firewall that can’t match the built-in firewall is failing. Fortunately, ESET’s firewall handled those tasks in testing, both defending against web-based attacks and reporting that it had done so.
The main skill third-party firewalls bring to the table is the ability to prevent misuse of your internet connection by controlling network permissions for local programs. Out of the box, ESET doesn’t offer this feature. Its Automatic mode simply allows all outbound network traffic and blocks unsolicited incoming connections.
To enable program control, you must switch the firewall to Interactive mode. Now when it detects an unknown program attempting internet or network access, it asks you whether to allow or deny access. And by unknown, I mean any program your installation of ESET hasn’t processed before. There’s no database of known good programs.
You can make your choice a one-off, have it last until the program ends, or make a rule for ESET to remember. One-off is the default, meaning you’ll see this popup over and over until you make a rule. Clicking for more details shows the URL and port the app was trying to reach, among other things. Clicking for advanced options lets you fine-tune the rule you want ESET to save. For most users, these details and advanced options will prove incomprehensible.
It gets worse. If you’ve set a password to protect system settings, as you must do if you use parental control, ESET makes you enter that password after every firewall popup response. As if that weren’t enough, you’re then hit with a User Account Control popup. Some firewalls, like the one built into Check Point ZoneAlarm Extreme Security, use a huge database of known programs, so you hardly ever encounter an unknown. Not ESET. Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer each triggered that three-fold parade of popups. So did various Windows components. In particular, Host Process for Windows Services (svchost.exe) triggered a popup for every supported component.
Those additional steps layered on a seriously old-fashioned firewall popup query system make this the most annoying firewall ever. Norton 360 Deluxe handles security decisions internally, automatically setting permissions for known good programs, wiping out known bad ones, and keeping a sharp eye on unknowns. Kaspersky’s system of trust levels has a similar effect. And, as noted, ZoneAlarm maintains a huge database of known good files, so if it flags a program as unknown, you should really pay attention.
Security isn’t worth much if malware can disable it, so I always try disabling protection using techniques available to a malware coder. ESET resisted my every attempt. It doesn’t expose anything in the Registry that would permit turning off protection, and when I tried to terminate its three processes and two Windows services, it razzed me with an “Access Denied” message.
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- Despite their differing costs, ESET’s three Windows anti-virus products utilize the same malware-detection engine. Total, its defenses are tremendous and create few false positives
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ESET’s Host Intrusion Prevention System (HIPS) aims to prevent attacks that exploit vulnerabilities in your operating system or applications. When I hit it with real exploits generated by the CORE Impact penetration testing tool, ESET actively blocked 34%, which is down from 52% in my previous test. No exploits breached security, as the test system was fully patched.
Ransomware protection has been beefed up in the latest edition, according to ESET. However, it didn’t prove out in testing. To see ransomware protection in action, I turned off the real-time antivirus component and released a gaggle of real-world malware samples. Out of 10 samples, four merrily encrypted my files with no complaint from ESET. Regular detection of in-memory malware caught another four. ESET detected the remaining two as ransomware, but one managed to encrypt 4,000 files before ESET took it down. Luckily, ESET’s non-ransomware-specific antivirus components eliminated all these samples when I allowed them to act.
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