Monthly Archives: January 2014

What the future of purchasing might look like

Threats like the Target breach are forcing retailers, financial institutions and security services to reconsider how we pay.

CEO Marcin Kleczynski speaks to aspiring entrepreneur

The Technology Entrepreneur Center held their annual Silicon Valley Workshop and invited Malwarebytes and CEO Marcin Kleczynski to take part.

The popular Process Explorer program from Sysinternals now includes VirusTotal support.

Paid ads in search engines can become rather controversial. A simple Steam download search popped up multiple false results.

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free is one of the top user-installed security software worldwide!

Neutrino delivers fake Flash Player that retrieves malware on SkyDrive.

Don’t Fall For Fake Browser Update Warnings

Fake browser update warnings? You’ll probably want to ignore those.

A Java Safe Full of PUPs

A site tells you that Java requires a free security update. Do you believe it? And what will you install on your system if you do?

Malwarebytes Unpacked Survey

Our team has been working hard to improve our readers’ experience while browsing Malwarebytes Unpacked. Now we want to hear from you!

Bieber Arrest Leads to Survey Scam

Fans all over the world cry out in support of the #FreeBieber movement and scammers are finding a prime opportunity to make some cash.

Feds bust group selling counterfeit credit cards online.

Facebook Bug Bounty Program Pays Highest Reward to Date

Facebook awards a Brazilian Security Engineer for his working finding a potential RCE vulnerability.

The popular WhatsApp is the target of a rogue download site spreading malware to its victims.

Check the security of your account as the latest wave of compromised Twitter accounts and spam are doing the rounds.

Fake Picasa Mails Lead to Viagra Spam Sites

Fake Google Picasa emails lead to pill spam sites.

Malicious Acquisition vs Moral Development

Malware authors look for new infection opportunities in pre-existing user bases, say for example, those that use browser extensions.

No Man’s Sky Beta: Fake

Hello Games, creators of upcoming space adventure No Man’s Sky, sounded the alarm on a fake Beta website peddling survey scams.

DissidentX a Steganography Tool From Bittorrent Creator

Author of BitTorrent protocol develops new steganographic tool called DissidentX.

When you sell a popular domain to anonymous buyers, Malware can be the end result for years to come.

Revealed: POS Malware Used in Target Attack

Target POS malware used during holiday attack was a ram scraper known by Symantec as “Reedum”.

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