In the first instalment of this two-article series we will be looking at cybersecurity habits to avoid when using your computing devices
It’s not a stretch to surmise that the incident was enabled by poor security settings
Disposing of old tech isn’t a one-click solution; there are multiple things you have to consider before moving on to greener pastures
What are some of the key things you should do with your shiny new device as soon as you unbox it?
ESET's free BlueKeep vulnerability checker – Dangerous PayPal-themed scam – This year's worst passwords
An ongoing phishing scam uncovered by ESET researchers seeks to wreak havoc on your money and digital life in one fell swoop
Malware and legal requirements force academics and students to join a near-endless line in order to pick up their passwords
Brute-force attacks and BlueKeep exploits usurp convenience of direct RDP connections; ESET releases a tool to test your Windows machines for vulnerable versions
These passwords may win the popularity contest but lose flat out in security
ESET's Cybersecurity Trends 2020 report is out – New Chrome feature boosts account security – Hundreds of thousands of birth certificate applications leaked online
The second authentication factor might be a minor inconvenience, but it provides a major security boost
The browser’s latest version also aims to up the ante in phishing protection
A variety of sensitive information has been there for the taking due to an unsecured cloud storage container
With 2019 ending, ESET experts offer their insights into how new innovations will impact our privacy, security and lives in the not so distant future
How can people who didn’t grow up with technology protect themselves against some of the most common types of online fraud?
On the implications of facial recognition for privacy and security – Data privacy tips for businesses – Red flags for cyberbullying. All this in Week in security.
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Google keeps pushing in its mission for broader encryption adoption
What issues would face scanning attached to a mobile device resolve and, if used correctly, would it make the incursion into my privacy acceptable?
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