“Can I tell a legitimate survey apart from a fake one?” is the single most important question you need to answer for yourself before taking any surveys online
Lose what you don’t use and other easy ways to limit your digital footprint and strengthen your online privacy and security
An overview of the activities of selected APT groups investigated and analyzed by ESET Research in T3 2022
Data Privacy Week is a reminder to protect your data – all year round. Here are three privacy-boosting habits you can start today.
Sandworm continues to conduct attacks against carefully chosen targets in the war-torn country
The data trail you leave behind whenever you're online is bigger – and more revealing – than you may think
Looking for an alternative to Twitter and thinking about joining the folks flocking to Mastodon? Here’s how the two platforms compare to each other.
Gaming can help your children build and sharpen a range of life skills that will stand them in good stead in the future
Does VALORANT’s approach to cheating signal a turning point in how we deal with the continued hacks afflicting our hybrid world of work and play?
Ransomware revenue plunges to $456 million in 2022 as more victims refuse to pay up. Here's what to make of the trend.
Hello, is it me you’re looking for? Fraudsters still want to help you 'fix' a computer problem you never had in the first place.
Here's what to know about some of the most common ploys that scammers use on the payment app
It is now acceptable to find a job on a dating app!
StrongPity's backdoor is fitted with various spying features and can record phone calls, collect texts, and gather call logs and contact lists
ESET Research announces IPyIDA 2.0, a Python plugin integrating IPython and Jupyter Notebook into IDA
A new law portends a future where (we hope) it will be easier for us all to repair, fix, upgrade, and just tinker with things we already own
ESET researchers identified an active StrongPity campaign distributing a trojanized version of the Android Telegram app, presented as the Shagle app – a video-chat service that has no app version
Learning meets fun at the 2022 SANS Holiday Hack Challenge – strap yourself in for a crackerjack ride at the North Pole as I foil Grinchum's foul plan and recover the five golden rings
Hybrid work and hybrid play now merge into hybrid living, but where is the line between the two? Is there one?
Why schools, hospitals, local governments and other public sector organizations are in a sweet spot for ransomware attacks