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]

New malware attacking Chinese VoIP platform discovered

ESET researchers have discovered and analyzed malware that targets Voice over IP (VoIP) softswitches. This new malware, named CDRThief by ES...[Read More]

ESET reveals new Android ransomware

ESET researchers, thanks to a tweet announcing a discovery of what was thought to be Android banking malware, discovered a ransomware operat...[Read More]

Gamaredon targets Microsoft Outlook and Office

ESET researchers have discovered new tools used by the Gamaredon group in their latest malicious campaigns. The first tool targets Microsoft...[Read More]

New trick used by malware to slip into the official Android app store

ESET researchers discovered an extremely stealthy technique that allowed Android malware to stay under the radar. Analyzing the DEFENSOR ID ...[Read More]

Video game developers once again target for Winnti Group

ESET researchers have discovered a new modular backdoor used by the Winnti Group against several video game companies that develop MMO (mass...[Read More]

How to avoid malware on Android

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET explains how to avoid exposed to malware on Android You need to stick to Google Play for apps and run ...[Read More]

How to secure your router against VPNFilter malware

Guest written by Stephen Cobb, Senior Security Researcher at ESET describes the steps to reboot your router in order to secure it properly a...[Read More]

IoT Malware Exploits Router Vulnerability

Written by: Cong Zheng, Claud Xiao, Yanhui Jia of Palo Alto Networks Unit 42

Mirai Okiru Botnet Targets ARC-Based IoT Devices

Mirai malware and its many variants which have targeted CPU architectures in the past, is now targeting the second most popular type of CPU ...[Read More]