ESET flagging sites as threats, fix in the works

Those using ESET anti-virus to protect themselves on the web have been affected today by a faulty update which was pushed out this Monday morning.

Any user who applied the update was stopped from browsing most of the internet, including SCMagazineUK.com, and ESET's own site.

Websites were falsely labelled as contaminated with hostile JavaScript code, users took to Twitter to alert us of the issue -

ESET has confirmed issues via its Twitter feed and on its Security Forum.

Until the updates comes through, ESET has published a “Guide to rolling back for business users: http://support.eset.com/kb3008/. Home users can follow this guide: http://support.eset.com/kb3351”.