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100 Cites in 100 Days Starts Today!

January 28, 2015 | BY

Today, we wanted to let you know about a new computer security initiative called “100 Cities in 100 Days”. The Identify Theft Council created this project to persuade cities to commit to doing at least one thing to aid community awareness about identify theft and online safety. Malwarebytes Labs will be publishing an article a day for five days that describe different aspects of computer security. We are trying to share knowledge with everyone we possibly can to make the most out of this project.

The Malware That I Used To Know

July 25, 2012 | BY

Malware, much like all weapons, evolve based upon multiple factors, be it the protections of their intended target, the weapon operator and their organization or the general intent that it was created for.  Unlike most weapons though, malware evolved with a pattern closer to that of a biological disease.  Early variants were created and most […]

Cybercrime at $12.5 Billion: The Great Underreported Threat

May 7, 2012 | BY

From the outside looking in, it may appear that the press regularly reports stories when a company’s website, database or intellectual property has been hacked, stolen or compromised. The more eye-opening fact of the matter is that the scale and scope of the cybercrime problem is much, much larger and the actual incidences of these […]

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