The Ghosts of Mirai

The Ghosts of Mirai

It has been almost five years since the source code of the notorious MIRAI IoT malware was released to the public by its author in late 2016. This event led to the emergence of numerous copycats, creating their own flavors of IoT botnet armies. Although improvements...
When printing got dangerous: A PrintNightmare

When printing got dangerous: A PrintNightmare

ESET offers product configuration tips to keep you safe from PrintNightmare exploits while retaining functional network printingPatches for Windows Print Spooler are out, yet problems seem to persist As news trickles out about the recent out-of-band security patch for...
How Zoom moved toward end-to-end encryption

How Zoom moved toward end-to-end encryption

Zoom’s presentation at RSA Conference 2021 focused on end-to-end encryption in Zoom Cloud Meetings. The company explained why its developers are focusing on the issue, how they plan to make calls more secure, and what other new, security-related features users can...