ESET research: Appearances are deceiving with Turla’s backdoor-laced Flash Player installer

ESET researchers have found that Turla, the notorious state-sponsored cyberespionage group, has added a fresh weapon to its arsenal that is being used in new campaigns targeting embassies and consulates in the post-Soviet states. This new tool attempts to dupe victims into installing malware that is ultimately aimed at siphoning off sensitive information from Turla’s … More ESET research: Appearances are deceiving with Turla’s backdoor-laced Flash Player installer

Gmail now warns iOS users about suspicious links in fight against phishing threats

Should you really be clicking on those links you just received in your email? Despite all the headlines about zero-day threats and state-sponsored attacks, the rather less dramatic truth is that the majority of security incidents start with a user simply clicking on a malicious link or opening a dangerous attachment – threats that we’ve … More Gmail now warns iOS users about suspicious links in fight against phishing threats

Homograph attacks: Don’t believe everything you see

Just as attackers are finding new, increasingly sophisticated ways to try and evade the detection techniques used by antiviruses, they are also improving their methods designed to trick the user or at least evade the main techniques that tend to be taught in standard IT security training. Despite this, we can always take another step forward to strengthen … More Homograph attacks: Don’t believe everything you see

18 years of Googling: Malware can still be just one click away

How do you navigate through virtual reality? What is the first webpage you open when you are looking for something online? Where do you go to answer a ‘how to’ question most often? For the majority of users, the answer would be Google. It’s been 18 years since Stanford PhD students Larry Page and Sergey Brin … More 18 years of Googling: Malware can still be just one click away