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For years, Windows users have been plagued by ransomware demanding several hundred dollars to unlock their computers. Now there’s a growing market to attack Macs.

Step Forward with Malwarebytes Secure Backup

Computer security can be exhausting when you consider all the updates and scans you know you should do every day. Keeping all your data safe – not to mention website blocking, external security (keeping your password safe and your computer locked) and, of course, backing up important files in case you are actually infected with […]

From Russia with Ransomware

This week the research team stumbled across a Russian ransomware sample so I decided to take a peek.  The ransom message demands your money (in rubles, actually) and threatens to delete your data if payment isn’t sent within 12 hours.

New Exploit Kit, Ransomware and AV evasion

Ransomware is still going strong and infecting countless PCs. We happened to stumble upon an interesting sample part of the Urausy family which bypassed detection on all major antivirus products for almost an entire day before slowly being detected. In this post we will give some information on its background (where it came from) and […]

From server hack to client side ransomware

Insecure websites are responsible for most malware infections. In this post I will show you how a typical WordPress site that was poorly configured got hacked, leading unsuspecting visitors to a very bad surprise. If you can browse the underlying structure of a site, it is usually not a good sign. It does not mean […]

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