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ESET

Android 4.3

Testreport Producer: Product Certified Protection Usability Platform Date
141030 ESET: Mobile Security & Antivirus 2.0 certified 6.0 6.0 Android 03-2014
140131 ESET: Mobile Security & Antivirus 2.0 certified 5.0 6.0 Android 01-2014
134532 ESET: Mobile Security & Antivirus 2.0 certified 6.0 6.0 Android 11-2013
133638 ESET: Mobile Security 2.0 certified 5.5 6.0 Android 09-2013

Android 4.2.2

Testreport Producer: Product Certified Protection Usability Platform Date
132738 ESET: Mobile Security 1.1 certified 5.5 6.0 Android 07-2013
131947 ESET: Mobile Security 1.1 certified 5.5 6.0 Android 05-2013
131046 ESET: Mobile Security 1.1 certified 5.5 6.0 Android 03-2013

Android 4.1.2

Testreport Producer: Product Certified Protection Usability Platform Date
130150 ESET: Mobile Security 1.1 certified 4.0 6.0 Android 01-2013

Feature Check ESET Mobile Security 1.1

  • Setup The first step requires you to accept the Licence Agreement. Setup Image 1 / 33
  • Main Screen The main screen shows the functions available. Main Screen Image 2 / 33
  • Main Screen You can add a reminder phrase when setting your password. Main Screen Image 3 / 33
  • Main Screen Specify which areas of the application should be password protected. Main Screen Image 4 / 33
  • Main Screen You will need to set up and activate ESET as the Device Administrator in order to use extended functions. Main Screen Image 5 / 33
  • Main Screen The app can then carry out a factory reset and change screen-unlock passwords. Main Screen Image 6 / 33
  • Antivirus You can use the Antivirus Options to start a scan or change the settings. Antivirus Image 7 / 33
  • Antivirus You can use the 'Scan Device' function to examine the entire system, including all apps, files, etc. Antivirus Image 8 / 33
  • Antivirus The 'Scan Folder' limits the search to specific folders. Antivirus Image 9 / 33
  • Antivirus The results of the different scans are stored in logs. Antivirus Image 10 / 33
  • Antivirus Suspicious files that need to be checked and malware that cannot be deleted are sent to quarantine. Antivirus Image 11 / 33
  • Antivirus You can use the scan settings to, for example, specify the depth of your archive scan. Antivirus Image 12 / 33
  • Antivirus These settings determine which file types are scanned. Antivirus Image 13 / 33
  • Antivirus You can also change some of the settings used for real-time protection. Antivirus Image 14 / 33
  • Call Blocker The Anti-Spam function enables you to block or allow calls and text messages from listed contacts and numbers. Call Blocker Image 15 / 33
  • Call Blocker You can block contacts and numbers by adding them to the blacklist. Call Blocker Image 16 / 33
  • Call Blocker The blocking procedure for different groups can be set in detail on this screen. Call Blocker Image 17 / 33
  • Anti-Theft The Anti-Theft Options include text message commands that enable you to lock, wipe and locate your mobile phone. Anti-Theft Image 18 / 33
  • Anti-Theft Contacts that are listed as 'Trusted Friends' can use a text message command to reset the security password. Anti-Theft Image 19 / 33
  • Anti-Theft This screen displays the anti-theft settings. Anti-Theft Image 20 / 33
  • Anti-Theft This screen enables you to activate or deactivate text message commands. Anti-Theft Image 21 / 33
  • Anti-Theft This is the screen displayed when a text message command is used to lock your mobile phone. Anti-Theft Image 22 / 33
  • Security Audit The Security Audit function monitors the system and informs you about its status. Security Audit Image 23 / 33
  • Security Audit The functions monitored by the Security Audit include the battery life, memory usage, etc. Security Audit Image 24 / 33
  • Security Audit This screen contains the Security Audit settings. Security Audit Image 25 / 33
  • Security Audit You can use these settings to specify which values should be monitored. Security Audit Image 26 / 33
  • Security Audit The Task Manager displays all running processes and their memory usage. Security Audit Image 27 / 33
  • Security Audit Select the 'Services' tab to view all of the services that are currently running. Security Audit Image 28 / 33
  • Security Audit The 'Tasks' tab displays all applications that are currently running. Security Audit Image 29 / 33
  • Update This screen contains various options for updating your application. Update Image 30 / 33
  • Update This screen contains the settings for automatic updates. Update Image 31 / 33
  • Licence The 'Activation' menu shows the status and expiry date of your current licence. It also enables you to purchase a new licence or load the data of an active licence from your Google account. Licence Image 32 / 33
  • Language The app can be used in a variety of different languages. Language Image 33 / 33