ESET research uncovers the first known instances of spyware that is based on the AhMyth Remote Access Tool and has snuck into Google Play
How schools and educators can address and help prevent abusive behavior on the internet
ESET analysis breaks down the first known spyware that is built on the AhMyth open-source espionage tool and has appeared on Google Play – twice
As education is becoming an increasingly vital tool in companies’ security toolboxes, the question arises: How can they effectively implement security awareness training?
The attack, which has victimized mostly smaller local governments, is thought to have been unleashed by a single threat actor
This week, ESET researchers described an ongoing campaign that targets accountants in the Balkans and spreads both a backdoor and a remote access trojan
Does true Artificial Intelligence even exist yet? Will it ever exist or will it end the world before we reach its full capacity?
Unlike BlueKeep, however, these vulnerabilities affect more recent Windows versions, including Windows 10
ESET researchers discovered a campaign that uses two malicious tools with similar capabilities to ensure both resilience and broader potential for the attackers
After welcoming hacking research, automobile technology started to get better at defending against hacks. So why has the airline industry not been as welcoming?
This week, ESET researchers described a cyberespionage campaign against government targets in Latin America and the ins and out of a spambot targeting French internet users
The legal action, brought over alleged click injection fraud, is said to be among the first of its kind
ESET researchers document malware-distributing spam campaigns targeting people in France
Up to 30 percent of romance fraud victims in 2018 are estimated to have been used as money mules
ESET research uncovers a cyberespionage operation targeting Venezuelan government institutions
This week, ESET researchers put the spotlight on two threats – new Android ransomware that spreads to victims’ contacts via SMS messages, and a banking trojan that targets Latin America
A primer on why internet-enabled TVs make for attractive and potentially soft targets, and how cybercriminals can ruin more than your TV viewing experience
The first in an occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans
ESET researchers discover a new Android ransomware family that attempts to spread to victims’ contacts and deploys some unusual tricks
The fraudulent campaign is hosted by a domain that is home to yet more bogus offers pretending to come from other well-known brands