Is ESET contributing to Iran’s nuclear program?

by CASTCorp International on August 26, 2011

in Other,Personal Security,Radiation and Nuclear Safety

In an August 24th article entitled, “Computer firm faces scrutiny over Iran downloads,” The Washington Times interviews CASTCorp International cyber crime expert, Charles Jeter, about a possible U.S. sanctions violations investigation pertaining to anti-virus software obtained by Iran from the Slovakia-based computer security firm ESET. Click here to read the entire Press Release and the Washington Times article.

In an August 24th article entitled, “Computer firm faces scrutiny over Iran downloads,” The Washington Times interviews CASTCorp International cyber crime expert, Charles Jeter, about a possible U.S. sanctions violations investigation pertaining to anti-virus software obtained by Iran from the Slovakia-based computer security firm ESET.

 Click here to read the entire Press Release and the Washington Times article.

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