February 6, 2019 - The search giant isn’t “killing” (a.k.a. getting rid of) the URL, unlike some sensationalist and eye-rolling headlines have put it. They are slowly giving it a facelift.
February 5, 2019 - This Safer Internet Day, we’re presenting a guideline to employees on how to navigate the online trenches safely, whether they’re on their desktop computers, company-owned laptops, or mobile devices. Who wants to be the one responsible for a breach? No one.
January 29, 2019 - In our series called "Interview with a malware hunter," we turn to Jerome Segura, Head of Threat Intelligence at Malwarebytes. In this Q&A session, we’ll take you behind the scenes to get to know one of our malware intelligence crew.
December 19, 2018 - We've heard people say Macs don't get viruses for years, but we know that to be false. But what about Chromebooks? They're totally safe, right? Think again.
December 18, 2018 - Why would a criminal want to hack your phone? Perhaps the better question may be: Why wouldn't they? We take a look at all the reasons hackers have for breaking into your most precious device—and what you can do to stop it.
November 30, 2018 - Marriott disclosed a large-scale data breach impacting up to 500 million customers who have stayed at a Starwood-branded hotel within the last four years.
November 14, 2018 - Fashionable and functional. These are the makings of smart jewelry. They aren’t secure, yet some are used to secure user data and online accounts. Should you still buy one?
October 25, 2018 - Yes, those sextortion email scams using old passwords are still making the rounds. How can you spot a real sextortion attempt from an empty threat? And when should you report to authorities? Read on to find out.
October 1, 2018 - As we bid hello to National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we at Malwarebytes not only pledge to provide the best protection for our customers. We also re-commit ourselves to fostering cybersecurity education and awareness for all.
September 27, 2018 - US telecommunications companies have the technology to protect customers against the rising tide of unwanted calls—they just haven't done it yet. So it's up to lawmakers and consumers themselves to fight back against phone spampocalypse. Here's how they're doing it.