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Archives - October 2021
The police sting spanned three continents and involved crackdowns in nine countries
There are no code, functionality or operational similarities to suggest that this is a tool from a known threat actor
Organizations that aim to pull ahead of the competition need to develop a strong security culture from top to bottom
Employee use of unsanctioned hardware and software is an increasingly acute problem in the remote and hybrid work era
Want to help make technology safer for everyone? Love solving puzzles? Looking for a rewarding career? Break into cybersecurity! Insights from ESET researchers Aryeh Goretsky and Cameron Camp will put you on the right track.
Brave Search will become the default search option for new users in the US, UK, Canada, Germany and France, with more countries to follow soon
Threat actors are increasingly using advanced tactics to obfuscate and launder their illicit gains, a report by the US Government finds
Security professionals advise to never use ‘beef stew’ as a password. It just isn’t stroganoff.
Putting a precision payload on top of more generic malware makes perfect sense for malware operators
There are various ways a departing employee could put your organization at risk of a data breach. How do you offboard employees the right way and ensure your data remains safe?
If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it's probably a duck. Now, how do you apply the duck test to defend against phishing?
The attack, which clocked in at 2.4 Tbps, targeted an Azure customer based in Europe
The victims lost an average of nine days to downtime and two-and-a-half months to investigations, an analysis of disclosed attacks shows
ESET researchers discover a malware family with tools that show signs they’re used in targeted attacks
Two-factor authentication is a simple way to greatly enhance the security of your account
Cryptocurrencies rise and fall, but one thing stays the same – cybercriminals attempt to cash in on the craze
ESET research discovers a previously undocumented UEFI bootkit with roots going back all the way to at least 2012
The campaign may last for a month, but we should remember that cybersecurity is a year-round affair