Can a technological intervention stem the pandemic while avoiding the privacy pitfalls of location tracking?
Archives - June 2020
Poorly secured remote access attracts mostly ransomware gangs, but can provide access to coin miners and backdoors too
A password manager can make your digital life both simpler and more secure. Are there any downsides to relying on software to create and store your passwords?
In a move lauded by privacy advocates, Boston joins the ranks of cities that have voted down the municipal use of the technology
ESET researchers dissect an Android app that masquerades as an official COVID-19 contact-tracing app and encrypts files on the victim's device
And many of them didn’t receive any new security training or tools from their employer to properly secure the devices, a study finds
The giveaway scheme uses the tech titan’s name as part of Bitcoin addresses for extra credibility
Cyberbullying can happen to anyone, at any time – and at any age. How can adults deal with various forms of online abuse and harassment?
ESET researchers reveal the modus operandi of the elusive InvisiMole group, including newly discovered ties with the Gamaredon group
Devices used in the energy, transportation and communications sectors are also affected by the flaws in the TCP/IP software library
ESET researchers uncover targeted attacks against high-profile aerospace and military companies
The unsolicited phone calls tout everything from miracle cures to financial relief – here's how you can stay safe
The owners of the vulnerable indoor cameras are advised to unplug the devices immediately
Watch out for attacks attempting to take advantage of the lockdown-induced surge in mobile banking use
Active APT group adds cunning remote template injectors for Word and Excel documents; unique Outlook mass-mailing macro
An obscure Indian company operated a scheme targeting non-profits, banks, politicians and journalists all over the world, a report says
The latest Patch Tuesday knocks out a record-high number of vulnerabilities, including new bugs in the SMB protocol
Bad actors could tamper with ballots cast via OmniBallot without being detected by voters, election officials or the tool’s developer, a study finds
The tech giant wants developers of password managers to collaborate for better user experience and security
From the humble passcode to biometric authentication, there are quite a few options to lock your Android phone. But which of them are more secure than the others?