Win32/Spy.Ranbyus shows how it is possible to bypass payment transaction signing/authentication with smartcard devices and has started to modify java code in one of the most popular remote banking systems (RBS) in the Ukraine.
New malware that attacks point-of-sale (POS) systems had been detected in 40 countries in recent months. The malware, dubbed “Dexter” is able to skim credit card information from compromised POS systems.
A Barclays employee accessed her partner’s ex-wife’s bank statements when he was involved in a legal dispute over the terms of a divorce settlement.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fined two owners of a marketing company £440,000 ($713,000) for bombarding the public with millions of unlawful spam texts over a period of three years. It’s the first time that the ICO has used its power to issue a monetary penalty for a serious breach of the UK Privacy
ESET has announced Endpoint Security for Android, which it says is specifically designed for the contemporary business environment and adds another layer of protection to the family of ESET Endpoint Solutions and features all the benefits made popular by the previous version of ESET Mobile Security Business Edition. The new Android solution also includes Anti-Theft,
ESET Endpoint Security was named a silver medal winner in the 2012 Editors’ Best Awards in the Best Antivirus and Anti-malware product category by Colorado based Windows IT Pro.
An attack on the Australian Defence Force Academy servers held at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) resulted in the loss of 20,000 user records. According to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald the hacker, known as Darwinare, managed to break in and steal the records, including passwords and email addresses in a
Detectives from the UK Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) investigating cyber criminals who use “ransomware” have arrested three people. Ransomware is a form of malicious software or malware that is served up by infected websites (which themselves may be legitimate). Victims inadvertently download the software which infects their computer. The scam takes different forms in
More than half of all web servers on the Internet use Apache, so when we discovered a malicious Apache module in the wild last month, we were understandably concerned.
Welcome to the new ESET blog: We Live Security. In fact, We Live Security is a lot more than a blog: it contains the same great content you have enjoyed on blog.eset.com, but also includes new features and a wider range of content. For example, here’s a podcast talking about the new site, one of