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REDACTION: WinRAR Vulnerability

October 7, 2015 | BY

We here at Malwarebytes take pride in our ability to find the latest threats that users face on daily basis and do our best to not only block and remove them with our products but also inform the general public about their danger through our blog. In a very few cases, we jump the gun in our efforts to explain a threat and end up posting information that hasn’t been thoroughly analyzed.

Imgur Abused in DDoS Attack Against 4Chan!

September 23, 2015 | BY

So a few of you might have noticed that we started blocking “” which is a popular image sharing website. The reason we did this is because of a vulnerability within their code that allowed cyber criminals to load malicious javascript code into the browsers of site users. This in turn was used to turn each system into a DDoS weapon.

Encountering the Wild PUP

October 16, 2014 | BY

The Internet is full of dangers; threats like malware, phishing, hackers and exploits are some, but did you know that there is a far more common threat to users that no one seems to talk about, a threat that almost everyone who has ever owned a computer has experienced.

Taking off the Blackshades

May 30, 2014 | BY

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

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