When it comes to holiday gifts, surprise and wonder are always welcome. When it comes to protecting your security, however, you don’t want to leave anything to chance.
Supply‑chain attack against a certification authority in Southeast Asia – Holiday online… Safely! – Scammers targeting PayPal users
ESET researchers have uncovered a supply-chain attack on the website of a government in Southeast Asia.
This year, many of us will be celebrating Christmas with our loved ones virtually, however we shouldn’t underestimate the value of securing our online communication.
Other leaked data included a range of personal information such as names, addresses and personal healthcare information.
What are some common ploys targeting PayPal users? Here’s what you should watch out for when using the popular payment service.
ESET research uncovers Operation StealthyTrident – Security flaws in trading apps – IRS expands its Identity Protection PIN program
A Q&A with security researcher Alejandro Hernández, who has unearthed a long list of vulnerabilities in leading trading platforms that may expose their users to a host of security and privacy risks
While shopping for the perfect presents, be on the lookout for naughty cybercriminals trying to ruin your Christmas cheer by tricking you out of both gifts and money
LuckyMouse, TA428, HyperBro, Tmanger and ShadowPad linked in Mongolian supply-chain attack
The last Patch Tuesday of the year brings another fresh batch of fixes for Microsoft products and while the number may be lower the patches are no less important.
Starting mid-January, U.S. tax-payers will be able to enroll in the Identity Protection PIN program that was previously available only to certain users.
The new release patches a total of eight vulnerabilities affecting the desktop versions of the popular browser.
ESET researchers analyze Turla Crutch, Cybersecurity Trends 2021 report is out and how to stay safe when paying with your phone.
Santa will soon come down the chimney, but there are potential entry points into your home and digital life that you should never leave open
Using a zero-click exploit, an attacker could have taken complete control of any iPhone within Wi-Fi range in seconds
ESET experts look back at some of the key themes that defined the cybersecurity landscape in the year that’s ending and give their takes on what to expect in 2021
ESET researchers discover a new backdoor used by Turla to exfiltrate stolen documents to Dropbox
Without ever setting foot in the lab, a threat actor could dupe DNA researchers into creating pathogens, according to a study describing "an end-to-end cyber-biological attack"
Are mobile payments and digital wallets safe? Are the apps safer than credit cards? What are the main risks? Here’s what to know.