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Watering hole deploys new macOS malware, DazzleSpy, in Asia

Par : Marc-Etienne M.Léveillé

Hong Kong pro-democracy radio station website compromised to serve a Safari exploit that installed cyberespionage malware on site visitors’ Macs

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How I hacked my friend’s PayPal account

Par : Jake Moore

Somebody could easily take control of your PayPal account and steal money from you if you’re not careful – here's how to stay safe from a simple but effective attack

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Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Par : Editor

ESET research into Donot Team attacks – Common signs that your email has been hacked – Social media dos and don'ts in the workplace

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How to know if your email has been hacked

Par : Phil Muncaster

Think your email may have been hacked? Here are the signs to look for, how account takeover attacks commonly occur, and how to recover your account and avoid falling victim again

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DoNot Go! Do not respawn!

Par : Facundo Muñoz

ESET researchers take a deep look into recent attacks carried out by Donot Team throughout 2020 and 2021, targeting government and military entities in several South Asian countries

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Social media in the workplace: Cybersecurity dos and don’ts for employees

Par : Amer Owaida

Do you often take to social media to broadcast details about your job, employer or coworkers? Think before you share – less may be more.

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Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Par : Editor

How malware exploits security flaws in kernel drivers – Watch out for cryptocurrency scams – Why loyalty accounts are a target for criminals

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Making loyalty pay: How to keep your loyalty rewards safe from scammers

Par : Phil Muncaster

Is loyalty fraud on your radar? Here's why your hard-earned reward points and air miles may be easy pickings for cybercriminals.

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Cryptocurrency scams: What to know and how to protect yourself

Par : Phil Muncaster

As you attempt to strike it rich in the digital gold rush, make sure you know how to recognize various schemes that want to part you from your crypto

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CES 2022: Wireless power for all

Par : Cameron Camp

We don’t need no stinkin’ wall power – CES shows off the promise of usable long-range wireless charging

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Signed kernel drivers – Unguarded gateway to Windows’ core

Par : Michal Poslušný

ESET researchers look at malware that abuses vulnerabilities in kernel drivers and outline mitigation techniques against this type of exploitation

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CES 2022 – the “anyone can make an electric car” edition

Par : Cameron Camp

But as we learned in mashing up other technologies, the security devil is in the details

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Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Par : Editor

CES gives us a glimpse of our connected future – 10 bad cybersecurity habits to break this year – How hackers steal passwords

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CES 2022: Space security – no more flying blind

Par : Cameron Camp

And no more worrying about your satellite being smashed by a “drunk driver” as new tech promises to predict hazards in orbit

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CES 2022: More sensors than people

Par : Cameron Camp

A sea of sensors will soon influence almost everything in your world

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5 ways hackers steal passwords (and how to stop them)

Par : Phil Muncaster

From social engineering to looking over your shoulder, here are some of the most common tricks that bad guys use to steal passwords

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Instagram and teens: A quick guide for parents to keep their kids safe

Par : Amer Owaida

How can you help your kids navigate Instagram safely? Here are a few tips to help you protect their privacy on the app.

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Breaking the habit: Top 10 bad cybersecurity habits to shed in 2022

Par : Phil Muncaster

Be alert, be proactive and break these 10 bad habits to improve your cyber-hygiene in 2022

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22 cybersecurity statistics to know for 2022

Par : Amer Owaida

As we usher in the New Year, let’s take a look at some statistics that will help you stay up-to-date on recent cybersecurity trends

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