The (probably) penultimate post in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans.
The most recent Patch Tuesday includes a fix for the previously disclosed and actively exploited remote code execution flaw in MSHTML.
The Facebook-owned messaging service plans to roll out the feature to both iOS and Android users in the coming weeks.
Discover the best ways to mitigate your organization's attack surface, in order to maximize cybersecurity.
From cybercriminal evergreens like phishing to the verification badge scam, we look at the most common tactics fraudsters use to trick their victims
Cyberespionnage against Kurdish ethnic group, and more! – Week in security with Tony Anscombe
Elderly men and women were the main targets of the romance scams operated by the fraudsters.
The university suffered a ransomware attack; however, there is no evidence so far of data being accessed or stolen.
ESET researchers have investigated a mobile espionage campaign that targets the Kurdish ethnic group and has been active since at least March 2020
Vaccination passports - what you need to know. A guide to kids' smartphone security. CISA lists single-factor authentication as bad practice.
Smartphones are kids’ trusty companions both in- and outside the classroom, and as they return to their desks, we’ve prepared some handy tips on how to keep their devices secure.
Dubbed Safety Mode, the feature will temporarily block authors of offensive tweets from being able to contact or follow users.
ESET cybersecurity expert Marc-Étienne Léveillé analyses in-depth the Quebec vaccine proof apps VaxiCode and VaxiCode Verif.
The federal agency urges organizations to ditch the bad practice and instead use multi-factor authentication methods
Vaccination passports may facilitate the return to normalcy, but there are also concerns about what kinds of personal data they collect and how well they protect it. Here’s what you should know.
ESET research discovers SideWalk backdoor – Why data breach costs have never been higher – 620,000 personal pictures stolen from iCloud accounts
It might be tempting to blame the record-high costs of data breaches on the COVID-19 pandemic alone. But dig deeper and a more nuanced picture emerges.
The man was after sexually explicit photos and videos that he would then share online or store in his own collection
The caches of data that were publicly accessible included names, email addresses and social security numbers