Our colleagues in Bratislava have issued a press release which focuses on the clustering of reports from the US and Iran, and also quotes Randy Abrams, whose follow-up blog also discusses the SCADA-related malware issue at length. The Internet Storm Center has, unusually, raised its Infocon level to yellow in order to raise awareness of
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...But that doesn't mean that this particular attack is going to vanish any time soon, AV detection notwithstanding. Now that particular vulnerability is known, it's certainly going to be exploited by other parties, at least until Microsoft produce an effective fix for it, and it will affect some end users long after that...
What does the increasingly fuzzy line between traditional cybercrime and attacks attributed to state-backed groups mean for the future of the threat landscape?
The Exaramel backdoor, discovered by ESET in 2018, resurfaces in a campaign hitting companies that use an outdated version of a popular IT monitoring tool
While wanting to return a found USB flash drive is commendable, you should avoid taking unnecessary risks, lest your device get infested and your data compromised
All you need to know about preventing adversaries from exploiting the recently disclosed vulnerabilities in the Thunderbolt interface
Another vulnerability in the same Windows component was abused by Stuxnet a decade ago
The incident affected our office network, says ENTSO-E, as it implements measures to avoid future cyber-incursions
As cities turn to IoT to address long-standing urban problems, what are the risks of leaving cybersecurity behind at the planning phase?
The power utility appears to be well on track to a swift recovery following an attack that ultimately left some people without electricity
As the curtain slowly falls on yet another eventful year in cybersecurity, let’s look back on some of the finest malware analysis by ESET researchers in 2018
A recent survey carried out by ESET has revealed that Americans are worried most about cyberattacks on the financial sector, listing it above attacks against hospitals, voting systems, or energy supply companies
ESET research reveals a successor to the infamous BlackEnergy APT group targeting critical infrastructure, quite possibly in preparation for damaging attacks
ESET’s analysis of a recent backdoor used by TeleBots – the group behind the massive NotPetya ransomware outbreak – uncovers strong code similarities to the Industroyer main backdoor, revealing a rumored connection that was not previously proven
Far-fetched though it may sound, the answer is yes, according to researchers, who show that electrical grids and smart home appliances could make for a dangerous mix
D-Link and Changing Information Technologies code-signing certificates stolen and abused by highly skilled cyberespionage group focused on East Asia, particularly Taiwan
Healthcare sectors, critical manufacturing, food production and transportation also said to be targets for cybercriminals
ESET's Global Security Evangelist Tony Anscombe expands on his theory
WeLiveSecurity sat down with David Harley to get a better understanding of Critical Infrastructure and the role he has played in the area throughout his career.
Tracing the evolution and subsequent revolution of ransomware