Key findings from ESET Threat Report H2 2023 – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

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How cybercriminals take advantage of the popularity of ChatGPT and other tools of its ilk to direct people to sketchy sites, plus other interesting findings from ESET’s latest Threat Report

This week, the ESET research team released the H2 2023 issue of its Threat Report that looked at the key trends and developments that defined the threat landscape from June through November of this year. Here are just some interesting morsels of information that can be found in the report:

  • ESET blocked hundreds of thousands of attempts to access malicious domains with names resembling ChatGPT
  • what makes Magecart such a pervasive web threat.
  • a new IoT threat called Android/Pandora compromising Android devices, including smart TVs, TV boxes, and mobile devices, and using them for DDoS attacks,
  • Android spyware cases soared and were mainly fueled by SpinOk spyware

Watch the video to find out more. The full report is available here.

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