Torrents have many legitimate uses, in various segments. However, their popularity among users makes them also into an attractive vector for black-hats.
It seems that Spiderman is in a spot of trouble, tangled in a web of his own making.
A variant of the Erebus ransomware has hit a South Korean web hosting company hard, and disrupted the websites of thousands of businesses.
25-year-old Sean Caffrey failed to properly cover his tracks, leading police officers to his door.
The Turla espionage group is still using watering hole techniques to redirect potentially interesting victims to their C&C infrastructure.
In recent months, we have started to receive various reports about suspicious and malicious registry keys that had been created on users’ equipment. ESET's Diego Perez explores.
Ransomware called WannaCryptor spread rapidly around the world today, encrypting files in as many as 100 countries by using the leaked NSA eternalblue SMB exploit.
Law firms, PR agencies, newswires, accountants... all manner of firms need to ensure that they are working hard to secure the information entrusted to them by their corporate clients, and keep it out of unauthorised hands.
Criminal hackers have struck again and stolen the personal data of 26,000 Debenhams Flowers customers. Here's what you need to know and do.
Recently, many people received a phishing email from a mailinator.com address that was attached to a malicious Google doc. Beware.
Sabrina Pagnotta takes a closer look at what motivates some young people to become cybercriminals. You may be surprised to find out some of the reasons.
A hacker claims to have released the new series of the hit prison TV show “Orange is the New Black” onto the internet, after Netflix failed to agree to pay an undisclosed ransom.
ESET's Stephen Cobb looks at whether or not cybercrime and other cybersecurity issues will undermine the digital economy.
Russian hacker receives the longest sentence ever handed down for hacking-related charges in the United States.
Top tip for botnet overlords: Don’t vacation in countries that can extradite you to the United States
There's no doubt that a life of cybercrime can earn its most successful overlords a considerable amount of money, but you will always have to live with the fear that you could be apprehended and - if convicted - spend years in prison.
The Turla espionage group has been targeting various institutions for many years. Recently, ESET found several new versions of Carbon.
The so-called Turkish Crime Family is demanding that Apple pays it a ransom, otherwise it will delete millions of credentials it says it possesses.
The United States has charged four men, including two officials of Russia's FSB intelligence agency, in connection with a hacking attack against Yahoo that saw the details of 500 million users stolen and the use of forged cookies to break into accounts.
There is a real feeling that smartphones are becoming a bigger target for cybercriminals. So why are they so eager to get into our devices?
Today, ESET has released a white paper on RTM, a cybercrime group that has been relentlessly targeting businesses in Russia and neighboring countries.