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Two white hats hack a Tesla, get to keep it

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET discusses that a team of two hackers recently Richard Zhu and Amat Cam, aka team ‘Fluoroacetate’ hack ...[Read More]

Teenager earns US$1 million in bug bounties

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET discusses how a ‘white hat’ from Argentina has come a long way since winning his first reward of US$50...[Read More]

ESET bags gold and silver awards

ESET, recently announced that it has been recognized with gold and silver awards in a report from an independent testing organization, AV-Co...[Read More]

ESET launches new blog for Android users

Today, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ESET unveiled its new blog named Android App Watch to help Android users protect themselves ag...[Read More]

Europe orders recall of children’s smartwatch over privacy concerns

The European Commission has issued a recall order for a smartwatch aimed at children due to concerns that it represents a serious risk for t...[Read More]

Celebrating Safer Internet Day

Beginning in 2004, Safer Internet Day has grown to become one of the landmark events in the online safety calendar. And this year’s theme, ‘...[Read More]

Spy bug compromises Apple’s security

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET discusses the latest security debacle with Apple after a spy bug was discovered in Apple’s video and a...[Read More]

New Year’s resolutions should include strong passwords

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET explains the importance of strong passwords to protect ourselves and the need to include fixing the un...[Read More]

How to protect against the threat of scam apps grows

Lysa Myers, Security Researcher at ESET explains how to safeguard yourself against the growing threat from deceptive practices by advertiser...[Read More]

Cryptojacking will continue to grow in 2019

Cases of cryptocurrency mining and cryptojacking will continue to grow in 2019, as attackers target smart devices and home assistants to bui...[Read More]

Dark Markets for cybercriminals are thriving

Stephen Cobb, Senior Security Researcher at ESET reviews the business of cybercrime that is thriving in the absence of counter-effective mea...[Read More]

Attackers exploiting flaws in WordPress plugin

Tomas Foltyn, security writer at ESET explains how cyber criminals are exploiting the security weakness in a GDPR compliance plugin for Word...[Read More]

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