Malwarebytes Adopts Aggressive PUP Policy

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware previously detected only harmful or deceiving PUPs. Today, We’re revising our policy to include PUPs that our users find annoying or misleading.

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Android Jelly Bean 4.3 Released, Gets Security Boost

Yesterday, Google unveiled the latest version of it’s renowned Android Operating System at an event in San Francisco. Of the improvements to security, the most notable is the implementation of SELinux, a Mandatory Access Control (MAC) system which grants users greater access control.

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ZeroAccess uses Self-Debugging

In the field of malware analysis, debuggers are a vital tool used to reverse-engineer malware binaries, helping analysts to understand the purpose and functionality of malware when dynamic analysis isn’t enough.

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Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Tango and Viber Servers

Two popular VOIP apps, Tango and Viber, had their servers breached that compromised customer data and support sites. Syrian Electronic Army (SEA), SEA is a pro-Assad hacker group known for hacking Western websites, have claimed credit for the hack.

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Enterprise Cyber Security Earns a Failing Grade

A recent survey, commissioned by Malwarebytes, found that most enterprise organizations are failing to protect themselves effectively against cyber threats. These enterprise businesses are vulnerable to online attacks and it’s largely due to increasingly sophisticated malware, social engineering attacks and/or a lack of user education.

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