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January 2012

Irish 419-er seeks Spanish Lady

ESET Ireland’s Urban Schrott has found an Ireland-targeted 419 with a Spanish twist.

New White Paper "Trends for 2012: Malware Goes Mobile"

Many of you have read the last few weeks that we published posts on trends for 2012 in the field of malware and cybercrime. In this series I wrote a post based on the document that the Education and Research team of ESET Latin America put together, entitled "2012 Predictions: More mobile malware and localized

Facebook’s timeline to fraud-a-geddon?

If you use Facebook you’ve probably heard of Timeline, a “new” feature that replaces the “traditional” profile page. However, you may be confused by Timeline–I know I am–and confusion could make you the target of a growing number of Timeline-related scams. As of January 3rd, the watchful folks at Inside Facebook were reporting 16 Timeline-related

Malware exploits death of North Korea's Kim Jong-il

As expected, malware developers and scam artists have greeted the death of North Korea's dictatorial leader, Kim Jong-il, with Black Hat SEO and Social Engineering attacks. The Supreme Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea suffered a heart attack on a train journey last month and a steady stream of schemes to exploit the

New Year's resolutions for securing your new tablet

Okay, you got the wrapping paper off the new tablet hotness, fired it up and now cannot put it down. But what should you be doing in the New Year to properly feed, protect, and care for your newly found addiction? Well here are some of the basics – things that are easy to do

Bootkit Threat Evolution in 2011

ESET researchers examine the evolution of bootkit threats targeting 64-bit Windows over 2011.

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