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Posts by Adam Kujawa

Lead of the Malware Intelligence Team with nearly 10 years of experience fighting malware behind the scenes and on the front. Follow me @kujman5000

Taking off the Blackshades

Are we finally free from the threat of RATs or is it only a matter of time before another tool occupies Blackshades’ throne?

A RAT in Bird’s clothing

A spam campaign has been linking US Government feelings on Bitcoin to a fake news site that infects the user with privacy invading malware.

Paypal Phishing Flood UPDATED

A new paypal phishing flood tries to steal logins and infect users.

Sideloading Apps is a Dangerous Game

Want to play a game on your Kindle that’s not in the Amazon App Store? Downloading the APK file outside of the Store will surely give you malware.

25 Years and our computers are still…

From Ghostball to the nVir virus to Reveton and CryptoLocker, here’s a look back at the last 25 years in cyber security.

Scammer Network Recruits Penniless Gamer Army

Scammers take advantage of penniless gamers to push survey scams by advertising free games and presenting endless surveys.

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.

Malicious Messages Foray Facebook

A trojan is circulating through Facebook stealing accounts and (probably) taking creds.

Bitcoin Trouble on the Open Express

Why is everyone attacking Bitcoin users?

Android Botnets Hop on the TOR Train

Cyber criminals can infiltrate your mobile devices with the just discovered first “TOR Trojan for Android”.

Bitcoin Theft in the Underground

Silk Road 2, the underground marketplace specializing in nefarious services, had all of its Bitcoins stolen.

Malwarebytes Now Accepts Bitcoins!

As of today, we are accepting Bitcoin as valid payment for our products!

Esurance Giveaway Brings Out The Worst In Scammers

Careful who you follow. Esurance contest brings offers a chance to win as well as a chance to be scammed.

GFI labs released a report today on the most vulnerable applications and operating systems of 2013.

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.

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.

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.

Encryption is Loud and the Walls Have Ears

Researchers discovered a way to decrypt RSA-4096 encryption just by listening.

Give a Doge a Coin

Wow. Very cryptocurrencies. Such popular meme. So insecure? Wow.

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