ESET buys COMDOM to stop spam

ESET acquires anti-spam solution specialist COMDOM

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ESET buys COMDOM to stop spam The deal will bring new potential for the development of security software to ESET, says Trnka.
By  Mark Sutton Published  May 25, 2010

Security solution provider ESET has increased its anti-spam capabilities, with the acquisition of anti-spam specialist COMDOM Software.

ESET will add the expertise of Slovak company COMDOM to its existing range of anti-virus, anti-malware, anti-spam and personal firewall solutions.

Miroslav Trnka, ESET CEO commented:  "ESET is a research and development-oriented company that is going to benefit from this merger by tapping into the potential of this manufacturer of advanced anti-spam solutions. Building on the team of skilled programmers and researchers,  we envision introducing new activities, along with injecting new potential into the development of security software."

Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

The acquisition is ESET's second in recent years, following the purchase of Czech-based information security services company Setrnet.

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