A team of academics says that, if exploited, the vulnerabilities can reveal the plaintext of encrypted emails, including those sent years ago
Double zero-day vulnerabilities fused into one. A mysterious sample enables attackers to execute arbitrary code with the highest privileges on intended targets
Do you still remember how WannaCryptor ran its – winding – course? It was a tale that revealed a number of intriguing plot lines amid the ransomworm’s numerous twists and turns.
The answer may hinge on if you're a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person. While we’re at it, how about regulators’ level of preparedness, anyway?
Time does fly! It feels like only yesterday that a new strain of hitherto little-known malware achieved celebrity status among global ransomware campaigns
The infamous outbreak may no longer be causing mayhem worldwide but the threat that enabled it is still very much alive and posing a major threat to unpatched and unprotected systems
It’s tax season in Canada and scammers are using fake tax refund forms to lure victims into supplying their personal information via phishing pages
The importance of providing the best possible after-sales service to customers
A bug within Twitter’s internal systems exposed, in plain text, the passwords of an undisclosed number of users.
The move is part of the company’s HTTPS-everywhere vision for the internet
World Password Day, celebrated on the first Thursday of every May, is a timely reminder of the fact that our passwords are the key to a wealth of personal information about us.
There is a lot of debate about Wi-Fi speeds and whether they can offer higher potential speeds than a cable connection, but in practice Ethernet connections turn out to be not only faster but also safer.
How to use parental control apps to protect children and the fine line that exists between controlling the use of technology and invasion of privacy
The questionnaire measures a range of personality traits to distinguish people who are more prone to taking the bait than others.
For as little as $15 per month, anyone with a criminal bent could rent the services of webstresser.org to take down a targeted site.
ESET's Senior Security Researcher Stephen Cobb reflects on RSA 2018 and the state of the cybersecurity industry
ESET's Global Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe expands on his theory
Approximately US $150,000 worth of Ethereum-based cryptocurrency stolen.
Researchers find that a great portion of popular children’s apps may run afoul of US privacy legislation by improperly collecting data – albeit often probably unintentionally. A response from Google to the unflattering findings wasn’t long in coming.
Zebrocy heavily used by the Sednit group over last two years