This blogpost reveals many details about the Diskcoder.C (aka ExPetr or NotPetya) outbreak and related information about previously unpublished attacks.
Archives - June 2017
Workplace social media security is undoubtedly important for many businesses. In this feature, we answer five key questions relating to it.
Four people have been arrested after a two-year investigation by Microsoft and British police forces into telephone scams which prey upon the vulnerable, tricking them into believing their computers have been infected by malware.
ESET's Sabrina Pagnotta delves deep into the fascinating world of neuroscience, examining whether our brains can be compromised.
Numerous reports are coming out on social media about a new ransomware attack in Ukraine, which could be related to the Petya family.
Some will find Snapchat's latest feature a bit stalkerish and creepy. Here is how to turn it off and preserve your privacy.
As baby boomers retire and the employment gap in cybersecurity is plugged by generation x, we look at how millennials are set to shape the industry.
The strange behavior of a simple Windows application caught our attention and sparked the analysis by ESET of a previously undocumented malware.
Experts in the UK and the US have reportedly claimed that the recent global WannaCryptor ransomware attack was initiated by the North Korean Lazarus Group.
Machine learning (ML) in eight blogposts!? In our last post, let’s take a peek under the hood of ESET’s cybersecurity engine and its ML gears.
A variant of the Erebus ransomware has hit a South Korean web hosting company hard, and disrupted the websites of thousands of businesses.
The Girls Scouts USA is to offer badges on cybersecurity, amid growing concerns that women are still being deprived of opportunities to enter the industry.
Senior ESET malware researcher Robert Lipovsky discusses Industroyer, the biggest threat to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) since Stuxnet.
Seven years after Stuxnet first came to light, industrial systems security once again in the spotlight, reports ESET's Robert Lipovsky.
Smartphone security is, of course, essential these days, but how confident are you in your device's ability to help keep you safe and secure?
25-year-old Sean Caffrey failed to properly cover his tracks, leading police officers to his door.
Multimillion dollar movies and TV shows are increasingly being targeted by cybercriminals. ESET's Stephen Cobb investigates the cyber supply chain risk management problem and explains what to do about it.
A new survey published by the NSPCC suggests children across the UK are still at risk of accessing inappropriate and potentially harmful content online, despite increased calls for heightened security.
Businesses are confident that they have sufficient cybersecurity systems in place to protect them, but in reality the weak link may be their employees, who lack basic skills and knowledge.
ESET has analyzed a sophisticated and extremely dangerous malware, known as Industroyer, which is designed to disrupt critical industrial processes.