Malwarebytes, recently announced the launch of Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response for Servers and Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection for Servers, two new products specifically designed to protect this mission-critical business infrastructure.
ESET researchers have discovered a new modular backdoor used by the Winnti Group against several video game companies that develop MMO (massively multiplayer online) games. The malware, named PipeMon by ESET, targeted companies in South Korea and Taiwan.
ESET has been included among 29 vendors in Forrester’s Now Tech: Enterprise Detection and Response Q1 2020 report. The report provides an overview of the technology players in the EDR market and offers insights into understanding their capabilities.
ESET teamed up with Avast to research a constantly evolving remote access tool (RAT) with the usual backdoor functionality that ESET has dubbed Mikroceen only to discover that it is being used in espionage attacks against government and business entities (from the telcos and gas industries) in Central Asia.
ThreatQuotient, today announced that in addition to the current professional services of implementation, training and development, the company now offers consulting services that range from an initial assessment of current threat intelligence capabilities, to more in-depth and long-term process development.
ESET researchers have discovered a previously unreported cyber espionage framework they dub Ramsay. The framework is tailored for collecting and exfiltrating sensitive documents from air-gapped systems that are not connected to the internet or other online systems.
While descriptions like “overshadowed by” or “back in the day…” come to mind when raising the topic of the 2107 WannaCryptor ransomware attack in 2020, we shouldn’t forget how vulnerable institutions and businesses alike found themselves that May.
Credence Security today announced a new partnership with ESET, to cover southern Africa. In selecting a partner to expand its footprint in southern Africa, ESET was attracted to Credence Security’s regional reach as a Dubai-based distributor with offices in London, Nairobi, Noida and