Corporate Blog

  • NFC: A Touchy Subject

    Security experts at a recent hacking event, known as “Mobile Pwn2Own”, have discovered a series of flaws in Near Field Communication (NFC) that could allow attackers access to the phones contents.

  • Default Password Palaver

    Further to our blog about a website streaming CCTV cameras that used their default passwords, another site has surfaced that is streaming webcams and CCTV from around the world. Mark James adds to his...

  • Unencrypted Laptops: Data breach 101

    Yet another laptop containing sensitive information has been stolen / lost and much to the (sarcastic) surprise of ESET security specialist Mark James it was unencrypted. We look at some other cases...

  • WinShock: A 19-year-old bug

    Discovered in May by IBM, WinShock is a 19-year-old bug that has existed in every version of Microsoft’s Windows OS since Windows ’95. Mark James, ESET security specialist answers some important...

  • 45% Success Rate for Realistic Looking Phishing Website

    Mark James, ESET Security Specialist, answers some of our burning questions about the recent findings from Google.

  • Naughty IT Professionals

    A survey, conducted by ESET at this year’s IPEXPO, revealed that 39 percent of the UK’s leading IT professionals keep some risqué pictures stored on their devices. The survey brought to light some...