Debunking the hacker stereotype: Who are the real monsters?

Thanks to Hollywood, the media, and even American politics, the lone hacker trope is alive and well. The truth is, there are a multitude of personas that represent hackers, with an equally diverse set of agendas.

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October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, observed every October, was created to ensure that every American has the resources they need to stay safe online.

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Hacking your head: how cybercriminals use social engineering

Social engineering is a tool as old as war. And a growing number of cybercriminals are using it to manipulate users into giving them what they want.

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100 Cites in 100 Days Starts Today!

Today, we wanted to let you know about a new computer security initiative called “100 Cities in 100 Days”. The Identify Theft Council created this project to persuade cities to commit to doing at least one thing to aid community awareness about identify theft and online safety. Malwarebytes Labs will be publishing an article a day for five days that describe different aspects of computer security. We are trying to share knowledge with everyone we possibly can to make the most out of this project.

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Taking off the Blackshades

Are we finally free from the threat of RATs or is it only a matter of time before another tool occupies Blackshades’ throne?

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