Threat spotlight: RobbinHood ransomware takes the driver’s seat - RobbinHood a is a ransomware family that specifically targets organizations using a vulnerable kernel driver to prepare systems for encryption. Learn how to protect against it.
Rudy Giuliani’s Twitter mishaps invite typosquatters and scammers - Rudy Giuliani's Twitter account contains many typos that lead to the wrong website—and scammers and typosquatters are taking advantage.
Harnessing the power of identity management (IDaaS) in the cloud - With security, compliance, and customer engagement driving organizations to the cloud, it's no wonder IDaaS has become the standard in identity management. Learn about the benefits and concerns of IDaaS for organizations of all sizes.
A week in security (February 10 – 16) - A roundup of the previous week's security news, including Malwarebytes' release of the 2020 State of Malware Report, online dating woes, Emotet infection vectors, ransomware attacks, and more.
Misleading cybersecurity lessons from pop culture: how Hollywood teaches to hack - We take a look at some of the most famous (or infamous) hacking scenes from TV and movies and the cybersecurity lessons, if any, we can learn from them.
Cyber tips for safe online dating: How to avoid privacy gaffs, exploits, and scams - We give advice on safe online dating, including steering clear of scams, buttoning up on privacy, and avoiding vulnerable apps.
Android Trojan xHelper uses persistent re-infection tactics: here’s how to remove - A new variant of the Android Trojan xHelper re-infects just hours after removal—and with the help of Google PLAY?! A forum user helps us investigate.
Malwarebytes Labs releases 2020 State of Malware Report - The 2020 State of Malware Report reveals how cybercriminals upped the ante on businesses, Mac threats outpaced PCs, and ransomware continued its targeted, deadly assault with new families in 2019. Learn all this and more in the full report, linked in our blog.
Battling online coronavirus scams with facts - New online scams have preyed on the public's fear about coronavirus outbreak. Don't be fooled. Here is what we know about coronavirus and its related scams.

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