As Windows 10 nears its one year anniversary, WeLiveSecurity gives an in-depth review of the operating system from a security and privacy perspective.
Operation Groundbait (Russian: Прикормка, Prikormka) is an ongoing cyber-surveillance operation targeting individuals in Ukraine. The group behind this operation has been launching targeted and possibly politically-motivated attacks to spy on individuals.
This paper presents ESET’s findings about Operation Groundbait based on our re- search into the Prikormka malware family.
Ransomware is a growing problem for users of mobile devices. Lock-screen types and fine-encrypting “crypto-ransomware”, both of which have been causing major financial and data losses for many years, have made their way to the Android platform. This report discusses further.
The state of information security in companies in the EMEA region, and the attitudes of their IT experts and managers.
“Security is no longer just a problem for a few individuals but rather a problem involving more and more people”, explains ESET Research Laboratories in its annual trends paper. “2016 will be a most challenging year. We must face it with a proactive attitude of security awareness. “
A new version of our earlier report on major trends in Windows exploitation and mitigation for 2015.
How Safe are Australian Children in the Internet Age?
Operation Potao Express: Analysis of a cyber-espionage toolkit
Operation Liberpy’: Keyloggers and information theft in Latin America
CPL Malware in Brazil: Somewhere Between Banking Trojans and Malicious Emails
Linux/Mumblehard is a family of malware targeting servers running both the Linux and BSD operating systems.
Microsoft recently announced its new patch roll-out strategy for the latest incarnation of the Windows operating system. Aryeh Goretsky considers how the Windows 10 patching process might affect both the enterprise and the home user.
Goretsky, A. Windows 10 patching process may leave enterprises vulnerable to zero-day attacks, March 2015, Virus Bulletin. Copyright is held by Virus Bulletin Ltd, but is made available on this site for personal use free of charge by permission of Virus Bulletin.
The “Trends For 2015 – Targeting the Corporate World” report by the ESET LATAM Research Lab invites you to review some of the most significant cases that affected computer security in 2014, and to consider and present the challenges and threats expected for 2015.
A new version of our earlier report on major trends in Windows exploitation and mitigation for 2014.
These are the slide from a webinar titled Make 2015 More Secure: Lessons from 2014, which was a follow-up to the 2014 Mid-Year Threat Report webinar from this summer.
A review for Virus Bulletin of two recent eBooks that aim to provide security guidance and tips to consumers.