Here’s a review of last week’s posts on Malwarebytes Unpacked*:
Heroes of the Storm Beta Keygen: A Wizard Did It (Fraud/Scam Alert) Malware Intelligence Analyst Chris Boyd imparts a warning to gamers excited over the upcoming game, Heroes of the Storm, as it may be a good lure for scammers to do a sleight of hand on unwary users.
A bit of company news…(Malwarebytes News) An update from Malwarebytes CEO regarding funding and the company’s ever brightening future.
Are these Free Movies the Reel Deal?(Online Security) Boyd spotlighted on purported free movie streaming sites, posing the question that, depending on your answer, may or may not lead to potential online threats.
A cunning way to deliver malware(Malvertising) Senior Threat Researcher Jérôme Segura tackled PUPs, its tactics, and how the criminals behind them can use them to direct users to exploits.
Android Data Wipe Leaves Personal Data. Our friends at Avast Software confirmed that data like photos, emails, and chat logs can still be retained even after using the factory reset tool. (Source: Information Week)