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Research has been at the core of ESET and its technology since the company's inception. The journey began in 1987, when ESET co-founders Miroslav Trnka and Peter Paško uncovered one of the world's first computer viruses, which they named "Vienna" and wrote a program to detect it. Many other discoveries quickly followed.

More than 30 years later, ESET remains at the forefront of cybersecurity research, operating 13 R&D centers across the world that analyze, monitor and anticipate new threats. In recent years alone, ESET researchers have made a number of significant discoveries that shed light on various malicious campaigns orchestrated by the world’s most advanced threat actors. They have also identified multiple high-impact vulnerabilities in third-party products and services.

Over the years, ESET’s experts have assisted law enforcement with disruptions of several notorious cybercrime operations. They also frequently present at leading industry conferences and are among the most referenced contributors to the MITRE ATT&CK® knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques.

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ESET Research

ESET Research Podcast: Ransomware trashed data, Android threats soared in T3 2022

ESET Research Podcast: Ransomware trashed data, Android threats soared in T3 2022

ESET Research

ESET Research Podcast: Ransomware trashed data, Android threats soared in T3 2022

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the trends that defined the cyberthreat landscape in the final four months of 2022.

ESET Research28 Feb 2023


Ukraine Crisis – Digital Security Resource Center

A year of wiper attacks in Ukraine

A year of wiper attacks in Ukraine

Ukraine Crisis – Digital Security Resource Center

A year of wiper attacks in Ukraine

ESET Research has compiled a timeline of cyberattacks that used wiper malware and have occurred since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in 2022

ESET Research24 Feb 2023


ESET Research

WinorDLL64: A backdoor from the vast Lazarus arsenal?

WinorDLL64: A backdoor from the vast Lazarus arsenal?

ESET Research

WinorDLL64: A backdoor from the vast Lazarus arsenal?

The targeted region, and overlap in behavior and code, suggest the tool is used by the infamous North Korea-aligned APT group

Vladislav Hrčka23 Feb 2023


ESET Research

These aren’t the apps you’re looking for: fake installers targeting Southeast and East Asia

These aren’t the apps you’re looking for: fake installers targeting Southeast and East Asia

ESET Research

These aren’t the apps you’re looking for: fake installers targeting Southeast and East Asia

ESET researchers have identified a campaign using trojanized installers to deliver the FatalRAT malware, distributed via malicious websites linked in ads that appear in Google search results

Matías Porolli and Fernando Tavella16 Feb 2023


Threat Reports, ESET Research

ESET Threat Report T3 2022

ESET Threat Report T3 2022

Threat Reports, ESET Research

ESET Threat Report T3 2022

A view of the T3 2022 threat landscape as seen by ESET telemetry and from the perspective of ESET threat detection and research experts

Roman Kováč08 Feb 2023


Threat Reports, ESET Research

ESET APT Activity Report T3 2022

ESET APT Activity Report T3 2022

Threat Reports, ESET Research

ESET APT Activity Report T3 2022

An overview of the activities of selected APT groups investigated and analyzed by ESET Research in T3 2022

Jean-Ian Boutin31 Jan 2023


Ukraine Crisis – Digital Security Resource Center

SwiftSlicer: New destructive wiper malware strikes Ukraine

SwiftSlicer: New destructive wiper malware strikes Ukraine

Ukraine Crisis – Digital Security Resource Center

SwiftSlicer: New destructive wiper malware strikes Ukraine

Sandworm continues to conduct attacks against carefully chosen targets in the war-torn country

Editor27 Jan 2023


ESET Research

Introducing IPyIDA: A Python plugin for your reverse-engineering toolkit

Introducing IPyIDA: A Python plugin for your reverse-engineering toolkit

ESET Research

Introducing IPyIDA: A Python plugin for your reverse-engineering toolkit

ESET Research announces IPyIDA 2.0, a Python plugin integrating IPython and Jupyter Notebook into IDA

Rene Holt12 Jan 2023


ESET Research

StrongPity espionage campaign targeting Android users

StrongPity espionage campaign targeting Android users

ESET Research

StrongPity espionage campaign targeting Android users

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

Lukas Stefanko10 Jan 2023