ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, is continuing to partner with Google to protect Google Chrome users. ESET’s award-winning technology is used by Google to scan, identify and remove unwanted software encountered by users of Chrome for Windows. The extension of the cooperation on Chrome Cleanup, part of Chrome’s Safe Browsing feature, continues the close … More Google Chrome and ESET collaborate in fight against online threats
The updates come on the heels of news of attacks exploiting another zero-day in Chrome in tandem with a previously-unknown Windows flaw. Two weeks after patching an actively-exploited vulnerability affecting Chrome for desktop, Google is squashing another zero-day bug in the browser’s version for Windows, macOS, and Linux, as well as pushing out an update for Chrome … More Google squashes two more Chrome bugs under active attacks
Why are connected medical devices vulnerable to attack and how likely are they to get hacked? Here are five digital chinks in the armor. There’s virtually no realm in healthcare today that isn’t adopting more technology. From real-time wireless access to your own health parameters through smart watches and wearables to implanted devices inside your … More Securing medical devices: Can a hacker break your heart?
The flaws, neither of which is being actively exploited, were fixed merely days after the monthly Patch Tuesday rollout. Microsoft has rushed out fixes for two security vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Windows Codecs Library and Visual Studio Code. The security flaws are classified as Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerabilities and if successfully exploited could allow threat … More Microsoft issues two emergency Windows patches
Knowing that because of the current situation an increased number of people are working from home, via email, cybercriminals have adapted a few scams to take advantage of that. ESET Ireland has identified a few more email scams, aimed at the office or home-office workers, taking advantage of an increased reliance on emails and office … More Scams designed to target home-office workers in Irish mailboxes