ESET Ireland warns of an email imitating An Post, claiming victims have an undelivered package waiting for pickup, taking advantage of increased Covid and Christmas season online shopping trends An email, bearing the logotype and references to An Post is finding its way into Irish mailboxes, taking advantage of the fact that an increasing number … More Expecting a Christmas gift package? Careful with the latest An Post scam
ESET launched ESET Cloud Office Security, a new standalone software as a service solution that provides advanced preventative protection for users of Microsoft 365 applications. The software is designed to reflect the modern role of emails and collaboration tools used within organizations. Microsoft Office 365 is used by organizations all over the globe, with the cloud … More ESET launches ESET Cloud Office Security to provide advanced protection for Microsoft 365
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
While this time around we can’t report any particularly original or funny scams sticking out, the Irish mailboxes are nevertheless under constant attack. ESET Ireland takes a closer look at the two most common ones encountered in recent weeks. The “Parcel Delivery” Scam The Irish media already covered the “DPD phishing scam”, that was also … More Steady stream of scams, hoaxes and phishing emails in Irish mailboxes
…and why are they selling it to other security vendors and product testers? If you were hoping to find a sensational story outing one of our competitors, I am going to disappoint you right away. This is not that, but it is something, something that can happen to all of us! Spam is something that … More Professional data leakage: How did that security vendor get my personal data?