Adam Kujawa
Director of Malwarebytes Labs

Over 10 years of experience fighting malware on the front lines and behind the scenes. Frequently anachronistic.

September 23, 2015 - So a few of you might have noticed that we started blocking "Imgur.com" 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.

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July 28, 2015 - It's that time again, a new operating system emerges from the Microsoft incubator! While many of you might not get to experience Windows 10 just yet or even in the foreseeable future, we want you to know that when you decide to use it, Malwarebytes has got your back.

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July 21, 2015 - Usually, Microsoft pushes out updates on "Patch Tuesday" but the severity of the vulnerability they are fixing requires immediate remediation and a new update released in the last 24 hours. The update fixes a serious security flaw found within how Windows products read certain types of fonts.

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April 3, 2015 - As of last night, Malwarebytes started detecting a very popular and very vulnerable application as a PUP. This application, known as Dell System Detect, is pre-installed with many Dell systems. According to research done by Tom Forbes, older versions of Dell System Detect are vulnerable to a serious remote code execution attack.

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March 13, 2015 - Let's talk about the basics of malware analysis aka "Malware Analysis 101" via BSides Austin 2015 conference.

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