latest posts

Carbanak gang is back and packing new guns

A few days ago, CSIS published details about new Carbanak samples found in the wild. In this blog we examine the latest developments in the Carbanak story.

Customers of UK’s Metro Bank targeted by Twitter fraudsters

Be on the lookout for copycat social media accounts which may be attempting to lead your customers astray.

Fake vouchers and WhatsApp: Analyzing a new scam trend

Over the last few weeks we’ve seen an increase in fake vouchers being spread via WhatsApp. This scam has all the hallmarks of a global campaign.

This could ruin your date: another site under attack becomes the latest dating website to be targeted by cybercriminals, with experts finding that it has been subjected to a malvertising attack.

Sophisticated webinjects ‘tailored’ to beat bank security

From its relatively simplistic and niche origins, webinjects have advanced significantly in recent years to become a more sophisticated beast.

UK police website crashes twice courtesy of DDoS attack

A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack puts the Greater Manchester Police website offline twice, with a Twitter user allegedly from Lithuania claiming responsibility.

VMworld: When IT grows up

Virtualization aims to totally change how we think of IT altogether. Against the backdrop of VMworld, we take a closer look at the key details.

ACSC releases its first cybersecurity threat report

The first unclassified cybersecurity Threat Report from the The Australian Cyber Security Centre has been released.

Public Wi-Fi security: Your questions answered

We look at the five top questions you should be asking before connecting to public Wi-Fi – while convenient, there are risks.

Bitcoin community ‘needs to collaborate’ over security and scalability

In an open letter to members of its own community, Bitcoin developers and contributors have called for greater cooperation over security and scalability.

Multiple vulnerabilities identified in Belkin router

An expert says that a popular Belkin router contains numerous vulnerabilities, making it extremely susceptible to attacks.

10 steps to staying secure on public Wi-Fi

The convenience of public Wi-Fi for many people is invaluable, yet there are risks. With all this in mind, here are 10 tips to staying safe.

VMworld: VM acceleration – how do we get there?

If you have a ton of VMs sprawling the globe, how do you make them all fast? That’s the subject floating around the show floor at VMworld in SFO this year.

UK’s National Crime Agency hit by DDoS attack, following LizardStresser arrests

Last week, users of Lizard Squad’s DDoS-on-demand service were feeling the heat after arrests were made by UK police. This week, it’s the UK’s National Crime Agency which has found itself the victim of a denial-of-service attack.

Wikipedia blocks 381 sockpuppet accounts

Up to 381 sockpuppet accounts have been blocked by Wikipedia because they were engaged in undisclosed paid advocacy.

VMworld: Got a ton of VMs? Now what?

This year VMworld tackles what happens when your VM farm grows up and spawns hundreds or thousands of baby VMs

8 security tips for gamers: go play with no worries!

It is possible to enjoy videogames by applying practical security measures that will keep us safe. In this article, we look at 8 security tips.

LizardStresser: Six people arrested in connection with Lizard Squad’s DDoS attack tool

British police have today announced the arrest of six people in connection with distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that attempted to bring down websites belonging to – amongst others – a national newspaper, a school and a number of online retailers.

iOS vulnerability Ins0mnia fixed by Apple

Apple has resolved a serious security vulnerability known as Ins0mnia in its latest update.

Security of Ashley Madison breached sooner than you think

The Ashley Madison attack could be one of the most notable instances of cybercrime in 2015. Here’s a timeline of the key events.

Follow us

Copyright © 2015 ESET, All Rights Reserved.