Caution: Misuse of security tools can turn against you

If not implemented correctly, the very security tools we use to keep our information private may actually cause data leaks themselves. We outline a few cases and provide suggestions for researchers and security admins.

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Malwarebytes Labs wins best cybersecurity vendor blog at InfoSec’s European Security Blogger Awards

The annual EU Security Blogger Awards results are in, and Malwarebytes Labs took home a trophy! Read on to find out who won in which categories.

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A week in security (February 12 – February 18)

A roundup of notable news stories from February 12–18, including Android cryptomining, phishing on a massive scale, Apple scams, and bug bounties.

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Cheers to a successful time at Infosec Europe 2017

With over 350 exhibitors, well over 10,000 visitors, and many widely respected speakers, Infosec Europe is one of Europe’s biggest security events. Our stand there was very popular.

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Information stolen? What now?

Identifying and removing the malware is our job, but what do you need to do yourself, to control the aftermath of malware that steals interesting information from an infected computer?

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Vetting your vendors: money isn’t everything

Vetting vendors doesn’t have to be painful – if you know your risk tolerance posture, and have a mature communication channel with your own security team.

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Telephony Scams: Can You Help?

Back in 2009, I wrote about a telephony based scam that had gained momentum, and which sadly appears to have grown since then — invading other countries and scamming more victims. Since then, various other people, including my friends at Microsoft, have been investigating the companies involved, to try and both raise awareness and shut…

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