ESET buys COMDOM

Posted by   Virus Bulletin on   May 25, 2010

Security vendor strengthens anti-spam capabilities.

Slovakian security vendor ESET has announced the acquisition of Slovakian anti-spam firm COMDOM Software.

The anti-spam firm's developers have previously worked with ESET on the development of the NOD32 platform for Linux mail servers. Now, ESET will use COMDOM's anti-spam technology and expertise to strengthen its range of security offerings.

The deal - the financial details of which were not disclosed - marks ESET's second acquisition in recent years, the company having purchased Czech-based information security services company Setrnet in 2008.

Posted on 25 May 2010 by Virus Bulletin

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