October 15, 2018 - The quarterly Malwarebytes Labs Cybercrime Tactics and Techniques Report is here! Learn how Q3 2018 marked a major turning point in cybercrime trends—especially for businesses.
October 9, 2018 - As cybercriminals continue to validate the reality that no security is going to stop every threat every time, companies are turning to endpoint detection and response solutions to close the gap. But is it enough to keep businesses and their data protected?
August 15, 2018 - A recap of the Malwarebytes' team experience at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, including top trends, topics, and interesting discussions.
July 26, 2018 - Malwarebytes Browser Extensions (BETA) are available in the official web stores for Chrome and Firefox. Read what they can do for you, and try one, if you haven't already..
July 17, 2018 - The last quarter is likely the last hurrah of the campaigns and attacks we've been seeing over the last 6 months. What comes next may completely change the game. Check out our latest Cybercrime Tactics & Techniques report to find out more about what you may encounter next quarter.
July 2, 2018 - A new Mac malware called OSX.Dummy is being distributed on cryptomining chat groups that, even after being removed, leaves behind remnants for future malware to find.
May 22, 2018 - About three weeks ago, we published our second CrackMe, which has triggered a lot of interest, and many high-quality write-up submissions. In this post, we summarize the contest and comment on the submissions. Whose write-up won? Read on to find out.
May 21, 2018 - Malwarebytes Labs has been nominated for the Best Corporate Security Blog in the 2018 European Security Blogger Awards. Cast your vote for your favorite blog, and spread the word!
May 7, 2018 - Way back in early 2013, a new antivirus (AV) company emerged into the mobile security software industry that had everyone perplexed. It seemed like a fake Android AV, but received certification by a reputable AV testing organization! Now, five years later, it's back. Here's why you shouldn't trust it.