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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-18 18:33:04 Collection 1 data breach: what you need to know (lien direct) In what\'s being dubbed one of the largest data dumps in history, Collection 1 contains the data of over 770 million people. But is it really as bad as it sounds? We take a closer look and let users know what to do if their info is caught up in the mix.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-18 16:00:00 Hosting malicious sites on legitimate servers: How do threat actors get away with it? (lien direct) Is money all hosting providers care about when it comes to allowing malicious sites on their servers? Or is there more at play? We embark on an investigation to discover their motives.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-17 19:51:02 Improved Fallout EK comes back after short hiatus (lien direct) The Fallout exploit kit is back with some noteworthy improvements.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-16 17:00:00 The Advanced Persistent Threat files: APT10 (lien direct) While security companies are getting good at analyzing the tactics of nation-state threat actors, they still struggle with placing these actions in context and making solid risk assessments. So in this series, we\'re going to take a look at a few APT groups, and see how they fit into the larger threat landscape-starting with APT10.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-15 17:16:00 How the government shutdown is influencing cybersecurity jobs (lien direct) As of this writing, the government shutdown of 2019 is the longest ever in America. Will the government\'s stable of cybersecurity talent be the next casualty-now and in the long run?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-14 16:45:03 A week in security (January 7 – 13) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from January 7 to 13, including breaches, takedowns, bug fixes, and social media issues.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-14 16:00:00 Government shutdown impacts .gov websites, puts Americans in danger (lien direct) Today, TechCrunch posted a concerning story about the shutdown and most importantly, they covered the reporting of NetCraft, a U.K. internet service company, about how numerous US government websites are now inaccessible due to expired security certificates. This is going to be a quick post to help explain what happened and more importantly, how cyber criminals will use this situation to their advantage.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-11 18:00:00 Luas data ransom: the hacker who cried wolf? (lien direct) Irish tram firm Luas were recently compromised and told to pay 1 Bitcoin, or risk user data being fired into the void. The deadline for paying the ransom has now passed: So what happens next? And is anyone out there really at risk?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-10 21:05:02 Social Security Number scammers are at it again (lien direct) The Federal Trade Commission recently released a warning about a sharp increase in Social Security Number scammers. Have you gotten one of their robocalls? Here\'s how to recognize the scam and what to do about it.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-08 19:49:04 Ryuk ransomware attacks businesses over the holidays (lien direct) Over the holiday, a little-known ransomware family called Ryuk caused serious damage to numerous organizations. The attacks leave a lot of questions unanswered. What do we know so far?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-07 17:33:00 A week in security (December 31, 2018 – January 6, 2019) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from December 31, 2018 to January 6, 2019, including fresh breaches in the New Year, mobile malware, GandCrab, and how we remembered 2018.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-04 18:15:02 Vidar and GandCrab: stealer and ransomware combo observed in the wild (lien direct) Threat actors combine new stealer Vidar and GandCrab ransomware in one-two punch.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2019-01-02 18:15:04 The new landscape of pre-installed mobile malware: malicious code within (lien direct) We are now seeing malware authors target system apps that are required for mobile devices to function properly. By injecting malicious code within these necessary apps, threat actors have reshaped the landscape of pre-installed malware for the worse.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-28 16:00:00 2018: The year of the data breach tsunami (lien direct) To get a sense of the grim state of data security today, take a look at this infographic from TruthFinder that explains why 2018 was the year of the data breach tsunami.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-27 17:34:05 Using the blockchain to create secure backups (lien direct) Some of the properties we would like to see in our backups have blockchain technology written all over them. Should organizations consider blockchain for creating secure, recent backups-especially after a ransomware attack?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-26 19:15:05 Assessing the security of a portable router: a look inside its hardware, part deux (lien direct) In part two of our blog assessing the security of a portable router, we will acquire the tools and equipment to make a copy of the firmware on our target router so that we can assess whether there are any vulnerabilities.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-24 18:56:04 A week in security (December 17 – 23) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from December 17–23, including Christmas scams, phishing quizzes, Underminer, smart speakers, flawed Twitter form, Chromebook malware, and Fuchsia.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-21 21:34:02 Underminer exploit kit improves in its latest iteration (lien direct) We take a look at some recent changes with the elusive Underminer exploit kit.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-21 17:30:00 Smart speakers: Christmas treat or lump of coal? (lien direct) If you\'re interested in buying smart speakers this Christmas, you may be wondering how much of a privacy problem they really are. We take a look at this popular holiday present and separate the hype from the real issues at hand.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-20 18:30:00 This online quiz is now confirmed to be a phishing scam (lien direct) It\'s dubbed the \'Three Questions Quiz\' scam, and not only are people letting their guard down, but they\'re also freely sharing it on social media, too. Do you think you have been duped by this before? Read on.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-20 17:30:01 Christmas tech scams roundup (lien direct) What\'s under the Christmas tree? It\'s worse than lumps of coal, it\'s a not very festive assortment of tricks and scams designed to give you a festive season hangover.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-19 16:00:00 Flaw in Twitter form may have been abused by nation states (lien direct) Twitter announced in a blog post Monday that they discovered and addressed a security flaw in one of their support forms. The discovery was made on November 15-more than a month ago-and promptly fixed the next day. So why are we only hearing about it now?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-19 15:00:05 Yes, Chromebooks can and do get infected (lien direct) We\'ve heard people say Macs don\'t get viruses for years, but we know that to be false. But what about Chromebooks? They\'re totally safe, right? Think again.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-18 16:00:00 All the reasons why cybercriminals want to hack your phone (lien direct) Why would a criminal want to hack your phone? Perhaps the better question may be: Why wouldn\'t they? We take a look at all the reasons hackers have for breaking into your most precious device-and what you can do to stop it.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-17 20:10:02 Mobile Menace Monday: Is Fuchsia OS the end of Android? (lien direct) The next major Android version will be Android Q and not Android 9.1 Pie. In parallel, Google is also developing a new operating system based on its own microkernel called Fuchsia. Will this be the OS that replaces Android? Read on to find out.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-17 17:58:03 A week in security (December 10 – 16) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from December 10–16, including facial recognition technology, abandoned USB sticks, even more trouble at Facebook, Google bugs, and more.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-14 16:00:00 How threat actors are using SMB vulnerabilities (lien direct) SMB vulnerabilities have been so successful for criminals that they\'ve been used in some of the most devastating ransomware and Trojan attacks of the last two years. Learn how they work and how your organization can protect against them.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-13 16:00:00 Compromising vital infrastructure: the power grid (lien direct) How are we doing at protecting the vital infrastructure of our power grid and its components against physical and cyberattacks?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-11 16:56:05 Data scraping treasure trove found in the wild (lien direct) 3 large databases containing scraped content landed in front of security researchers. How bad is it?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-11 16:00:00 Flurry of new Mac malware drops in December (lien direct) Multiple new pieces of Mac malware have appeared in December, all distributed through different means, but all opening backdoors on infected computers.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-10 17:32:01 A week in security (December 3 – 9) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from December 3–9, including a new Mac malware, a new Flash zero-day vulnerability, a new Malwarebytes report focusing on current undetectable malware, and breaches that appeared left and right.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-10 15:00:05 Something else is phishy: How to detect phishing attempts on mobile (lien direct) Phishing is more problematic on smartphones than on desktops. Not only that, approaches to handling phishing attacks on mobile are quite different because their techniques are also different. So, how can users sniff out a mobile phish? Let us count the ways.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-07 16:57:03 Mac malware combines EmPyre backdoor and XMRig miner (lien direct) New Mac malware is using the EmPyre backdoor and the XMRig cryptominer to drain processor power-and possibly worse.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-05 22:44:05 New Flash Player zero-day used against Russian facility (lien direct) An APT group is using a new Flash Player zero-day that was used a lure targeting a Russian-based clinic

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-05 19:57:05 Breaches, breaches everywhere, it must be the season (lien direct) Where are all these major breaches coming from? What should we do if we are a victim? And how can we as a company prevent them?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-05 13:01:04 New \'Under the Radar\' report examines modern threats and future technologies (lien direct) Malwarebytes released a new report called "Under the Radar: The Future of Undetected Malware" that takes a look at current threats using next generation tricks, and how current security technologies stand up to these threats, as well as the threats to come.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-04 17:20:02 Humble Bundle alerts customers to subscription reveal bug (lien direct) Humble Bundle is sending emails to subscribers due to information being revealed by a bug. How bad it is? We take a look.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-12-03 17:06:00 A week in security (November 26 – December 2) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from November 26 until December 2, including the Marriott breach, AV testing, 2019 security predictions, and an ad fraud botnet takedown.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-30 19:17:03 Marriott breach impacts 500 million customers: here\'s what to do about it (lien direct) Read more...)

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-30 16:00:04 The 25th anniversary of the webcam: What did it bring us? (lien direct) This month the webcam has been around for 25 years. Ho has it developed and which are the concerns surrounding webcams and CCTVs?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-28 16:00:00 ESTA registration websites still lurk in paid ads on Google (lien direct) Google has taken action against advertisements on their network offering ESTA application services at an inflated price. We see if potentially dubious sites are still lurking, using common search terms.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-28 14:00:05 Teamwork takes down massive ad fraud botnets (lien direct) Malwarebytes joins the fight against ad fraud in one of the largest take down operations.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-27 22:44:00 Why Malwarebytes decided to participate in AV testing (lien direct) Malwarebytes recently participated in the antivirus software for Windows comparison test performed by AV-test.org. This is uncharted territory for us, as we have had reservations about the testing process\' inability to capture our best protection technologies. See how we scored, and learn why we maintain the results don\'t reflect our true capabilities.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-26 18:21:03 A week in security (November 19 – 25) (lien direct) A roundup of last week\'s security news from November 19–25, including a business email compromise attack, deep dive into DNA testing kits, and more troubles for Tesla.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-21 17:53:05 Spoofed addresses and anonymous sending: new Gmail bugs make for easy pickings (lien direct) This isn\'t the first time that Gmail, an email service used by billions, is found to have flaws. One security researcher discovered two in less than a week; another revealed a weakness that still leaves Android users open to phishing.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-21 16:00:04 Are Deepfakes coming to a scam near you? (lien direct) Deepfake is a machine learning technique that is capable of perfect imitations of facial expressions in videos. Will adding voice imitations to them lead to the perfect scam?

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-20 16:51:05 Web skimmers compete in Umbro Brasil hack (lien direct) In this web skimming match between two Magecart groups, there can only be one winner.

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MalwarebytesLabs.png 2018-11-20 15:00:00 What DNA testing kit companies are really doing with your data (lien direct) Consumer DNA testing kits were a top holiday present last season, and are expected to be big sellers again. But should you think twice before hitting the buy button? What\'s really happening with all your genetic data? We take a deep dive into all the areas of concern-plus what the testing companies are getting right-when it comes to the security of your DNA and the privacy of your sensitive personal information.

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