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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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ESET discovers dangerous malware designed to disrupt industrial control systems

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

ESET joins forces with Tennis Canada to create inaugural Tech and Tennis Day at Rogers Cup presented by National Bank

ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, is proud to be taking centre court this summer thanks to a new agreement to serve as the official software security partner of Canada’s top tennis tournament,...

Cyber espionage group, Turla, new campaign uses Instagram to spy on its targets

Turla – the infamous cyber espionage group known for targeting governments, their officials and diplomats since at least 2007 –  has added a new campaign to its arsenal. According to IT security firm ...

ESET celebrates 30-year anniversary with year-long campaign to honor innovation and progress in IT security

ESET has come a long way since 1987. From its humble beginnings as a small startup, it quickly grew into a strong and stable IT security vendor conducting business in over 200 countries and...

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“Petya” Ransomware: What we know now

A massive new ransomware attack that started in Ukraine is spreading across Europe and the United States, according to Reuters and multiple other sources. Prominent companies that have been affected...

Happy Birthday! Enjoy some malware and unwanted advertising free of charge

The ESET research team has uncovered interesting behavior in an innocent-looking birthday reminder software download. Remembering someone’s birthday can be critical – especially the birthdays of close...

Industroyer breakdown: Q&A with ESET Malware Researcher Robert Lipovsky

At the end of December 2016, Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, was hit by a blackout that lasted nearly 75 minutes. Local investigators later confirmed that the energy outage was caused by a cyberattack....

What does a “laptop ban” mean for your devices’ security and safety?

The DHS and the UK Dept for Transport recently announced that some airline passengers will no longer be allowed to travel with electronic devices over a certain size. As both business travelers and...

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