malware

ESET Researcher discover new threat to Mac users

ESET researchers discovered a previously unknown macOS backdoor that spies on users of compromised Macs and exclusively uses public cloud st...[Read More]

5 tips not to download pirated games

Phil Muncaster, guest writer at ESET says its all fun and games, until you get hacked – and this is just one risk of downloading cracked gam...[Read More]

How to keep your credit card details safe

Phil Muncaster, guest writer at ESET highlights some of the most common ways hackers can get hold of other people’s credit card data – and h...[Read More]

3 most dangerous kinds of Android malware

Lukas Stefanko, Malware Researcher at ESET explains here’s what you should know about some of the nastiest mobile malware – from malic...[Read More]

How to know if your phone has been hacked

Amer Owaida, Security Writer at ESET explains how to spot the signs of a hacked phone and remove the hacker from your phone, if your smartph...[Read More]

GoDaddy releases the results of its Website Security Survey 2021

GoDaddy has announced the results of its Website Security Survey 2021 recently conducted. With a sample size of 1,169 participants, includin...[Read More]

ESET discovers FontOnLake malware attacking Linux

ESET researchers have discovered a previously unknown malware family that utilizes custom and well-designed modules, targeting operating sys...[Read More]

ESET finds Gelsemium cyberespionage group active

ESET Research has been analyzing multiple campaigns since last year and some of the campaigns were attributed to the Gelsemium cyberespionag...[Read More]

ESET uncovers cyberespionage supply-chain attack on gamers in Asia

ESET researchers discovered a new supply-chain attack compromising the update mechanism of NoxPlayer, an Android emulator for PCs and Macs. ...[Read More]

7 ways malware can get into your device

Amer Owaida, security writer at ESET explains that everyone knows that malware is bad, but are they also aware of the various common ways in...[Read More]

ESET uncovers APT-C-23 group’s new Android spyware

ESET researchers have analyzed a new version of Android spyware used by APT-C-23, a threat group active since at least 2017 that is known fo...[Read More]

Plugging in an unknown USB flash drive could be infectous

Amer Owaida, Security Writer at ESET discusses the risks associated with plugging in an unknown or found USB flash drive as it could infect ...[Read More]