ESET Chief Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe sat down with us to share his insights on how to avoid falling prey to online fraud
With access to text messages and the ability to make fraudulent phone calls, attackers could wreak more damage than you'd think
By contrast, two other web browsers share identifiers that are tied to the device hardware and so persist even across fresh installs
From competitive salaries to ever-evolving job descriptions, there are myriad reasons why a cybersecurity career could be right for you
And how would you know if the algorithm was tampered with?
ESET research uncovers a vulnerability in Wi-Fi chips – How to protect yourself against tax refund fraud – Clearview AI suffers a data breach
People in other parts of the world also have the option to flip on DNS encryption
The digital age has added a whole new dimension to hurtful behavior, and we look at some of the key features that set in-person and online bullying apart
The startup came under scrutiny after it emerged that it had amassed 3 billion photos from social media for its facial recognition software
What the human battle against biological viruses can teach us about fighting computer infections – and vice versa
With tax season – and tax scams – in full swing, here’s how fraudsters can steal your tax refund, and how you can avoid becoming a victim
With earnings of top ethical hackers surpassing hundreds of thousands of dollars, some would say yes
ESET researchers uncover a previously unknown security flaw allowing an adversary to decrypt some wireless network packets transmitted by vulnerable devices
Do social media listen in on our conversations in order to target us with ads? Or are we just a bit paranoid? A little test might speak a thousand words.
Hunting down Linux threats – The implications of DNS encryption for business security – MGM Resorts breach hits millions of people
What are the main security threats facing Linux? A Q&A with ESET Senior Malware Researcher Marc‑Etienne M.Léveillé, whose work has been instrumental in uncovering a number of malware strains hitting Linux servers.
A number of celebrities, government officials and tech CEOs were also caught up in the incident
Malicious code is nothing to worry about on Linux, right? Hold your penguins. How Linux malware has gone from the sidelines to the headlines.
The dawn of the DNS over HTTPS era is putting business security and SOC teams to the challenge
Other leaked records include videos, facial and body scans, as well as a range of patients' personal data