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Industroyer: Malware likely responsible for 2016 Ukrainian power grid attack, biggest threat to industrial control systems since Stuxnet

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New threat targeting gamers, ESET security researchers discover

Malware researchers at IT security firm ESET discovered a new sneaky malware named Joao, spreading via computer games published on unofficial websites. Joao is modular malware capable of downloading...

Cybersecurity leader ESET to build new global headquarters

Today, global IT security firm ESET announced its plans to build a new company headquarters on a 22-acre site in Slovakia, the central European country where the company was founded nearly 30 years...

ESET Presents Industroyer Findings at Black Hat 2017

Senior researchers from ESET provided technical details and discussed implications of malware designed to target industrial control systems.

The Channel is Booming: ESET Announces 40% Channel Partner Growth and Launch of Partner Council

ESET®, a global pioneer in IT security celebrating its 30-year anniversary, announced today its record year-over-year channel growth with a 40 percent increase in channel partners in the last 12...

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Closing the backdoor

by Tony Anscombe, Global Security Evangelist

A backdoor, in relation to software and hardware, is the ability to gain access to an endpoint, server, device or network by bypassing authentication and...

Equifax breach affects almost half of adults in U.S.; steps to take now

As you know from the copious news coverage (including our own post this morning) the credit monitoring bureau Equifax was hit with a security breach which has given thieves access to the data of 143...

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The top 5 IT security questions you should be asking right now

According to Forrester, there are 5 top IT security questions business owners should be asking themselves right now. See our Q&A on the leading cybersecurity issues you should be thinking about in...

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Equifax confirms up to 400,000 UK consumers at risk after data breach

Credit reporting agency Equifax has revealed more details of just how many people are affected in the UK, as consumers are warned of the risk of phishing attacks.

How many people outside the US are affected by the Equifax breach?

In the recent Equifax breach you may have noticed that people in the UK and Canada are also affected but there has been little clarification as to how many.

Cryptocurrency web mining: In union there is profit

Cryptocurrency mining has been used by cybercriminals to make a quick and easy profit while corrupting the victim’s machine in the process.

DownAndExec: Banking malware utilizes CDNs in Brazil

Services like Netflix use content delivery networks (CDNs) to maximize bandwidth usage. However, the CDNs might be becoming a new way of spreading malware.

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