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Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Tax Season Tech Support Scam

Fake tech support scammers are now going after people needing help filling their taxes.

Fake tax season emails are back in fashion – don’t be tempted by promises of sizable refunds.

Growing Onions, TOR Usage Rising in Turkey.

Usage of TOR to circumvent state sponsored censorship is undergoing an explosive growth spurt in Turkey.

Spammers use Syrian War petitions to their advantage.

PayPal “Unauthorized Credit Card Payment” Phish

New PayPal phishing scam tells users there’s an unauthorized payment attempt to lure victims for personal info.

Digital coin miners have secretly made their way into the Google Play Store.

SoundCloud Downloader: Always Read the EULA(s)

If you go looking for tunes with this SoundCloud downloader, you may be in need of a tune-up after.

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0!

It’s the biggest rewrite we have ever undertaken, but Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0 is finally here!

Mt. Gox Lost and Found

Lost Mt. Gox Bitcoins found.

Memory scan

Why do anti-viruses and Malwarebytes Anti-Malware scan your computer’s memory?

Popular adult site beeg[dot]com pushes malware

Popular adult website serving up drive-by download and redirects to an exploit kit.

Dubbed Pileup flaws, the new Android vulnerabilities could allow malware to “upgrade” its privileges simultaneously with a system upgrade.

Fake Tor app in the iOS App Store

Fake Tor Browser containing adware still up on iOS app store.

The latest Twitter spamrun asks users to “verify your account”.

Prepare to Surf the Wave of Updates

The annual Pwn2Own competition at CanSecWest exposed loads of zero-day exploits. Prepare for the floods of updates to fix these security holes.

Bitcoin Malware Found in Leaked Mt.Gox Files

Leaked Mt.Gox files: no valuable data, just malware

CanSecWest day 3 Recap

Recap of the third and final day of the CanSecWest conference.

CanSecWest: Day 2 Recap

CanSecWest Day 2 recap

Scammers are looking to make some money off the back of the disappearance of Flight MH370 via the usual social media channels.

Cyber-criminals Use Cancer to Deliver Malware

Cyber-criminal messages instill fear of cancer.

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