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Dear valued partner,

On Friday May 12, 2017, a ransomware attack known as “WannaCry” (detected by ESET as Win32/Filecoder.WannaCryptor.D) began to spread across the globe at unprecedented scale and speed.

The most important thing for our partners and customers to know is that ESET detects and blocks the WannaCryptor.D threat and its variants. ESET’s network protection module (in ESET Endpoint Security), also blocks the exploit known as EternalBlue used to spread WannaCry at the network level. Attempts to exploit the leaked vulnerability had already been detected, reported on, and stopped by ESET well before this particular malware was even created. (For more information on ESET products that prevent a WannaCry infection, view our Customer Advisory.)

We have also created a FAQ on located the ESET Partner Center that will answer many of your questions.

Follow @ESET on Twitter and/or Facebook to stay up to date on this topic.  Our security researches are also working 24/7 to track EternalBlue and WannaCry, and the team is reporting their findings on Welivesecurity.com.

Vice President of Sales and Marketing
ESET North America

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