ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, has been awarded a VBSpam+ certification in a recent report from Virus Bulletin, a world-renowned independent testing and certification body. The ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server software has been awarded this certification in the VBSpam Email Security Comparative Review March 2019. The review analyzed 11 full email security … More ESET is awarded first place in VB Spam Email Security Comparative Review
Cyberblackmail/sextortion again raises its not-so-pretty little head. For more than 30 years, I’ve had the privilege of assisting people get rid of viruses and other malicious software. In the course of doing so, I’ve often been asked questions about computer security-related topics that are not product-specific. Some are simple or easily answered; some are complex … More A closer look at “sextortion” scams
And that’s on top of the heartache experienced by the tens of thousands of people who fall for romance scams each year. Last week, as couples all over the world celebrated Valentine’s Day, we highlighted the risks of romance fraud. Even with V-Day safely behind us, it’s important to remain on high alert for online dating … More How costly are sweetheart swindles?
Roses are red, violets are blue, watch out for these scams or it may happen to you. The embrace of online dating services, such as dating apps or virtual places to meet people, is a phenomenon that has occurred worldwide. According to GlobalWebindex, in Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region, apps and dating sites are accepted … More When love becomes a nightmare: Online dating scams
ESET Ireland warns Irish businesses to pay attention to a fraudulent email phishing for login details to Microsoft Office 365. The email pretends to come from the “Azure team” of Microsoft Office 365 and claims that the potential victim’s subscription will be disabled unless they “update their information”. Once clicking on the “Update account information” … More Irish businesses warned to avoid a Microsoft Office 365 phishing scam
ESET Ireland warns Irish viewers to avoid the latest version of an old phishing scam, pretending to come from Netflix and claiming their account has been suspended. Previously spotted and warned about in the US, the official-looking email, pretending to come from Netflix is now also targeting Irish users, claiming their account has been suspended … More Another Netflix-themed scam takes aim at Irish viewers