Compromising vital infrastructure: transport and logistics

Transport and logistics are vital infrastructure, because we need them to deliver our daily necessities, but who is responsible for protecting them?

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Introducing Malwarebytes for Chromebook

Introducing Malwarebytes for Chromebook, the Malwarebytes product that can protect your Chromebook against ransomware, adware, and other modern-day malware.

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Block all or nothing to prevent ICO fraud?

Unfortunately, most ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) turn out to be scams. So we feel compelled to ask our customers: would you like us to protect you from all of them?

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DDoS attacks are growing: What can businesses do?

How do DDoS attacks work? And how do we protect our organizations from the growing size and number of attacks?

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HTTPS… Everywhere!

We recently updated our redirections rule in HTTPS-Everywhere, a browser extension that automatically redirects you to the HTTPS version of the website you are trying to visit. Now is a good time for us to give a short overview of how important HTTPS is. We’ll also talk about a few major HTTPS-related events that happened lately.

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Torify and analyze traffic for your VM

Several solutions to isolate and analyze a VM network traffic for malware analysis purpose exist. Whonix, Tor and Virtual makes this process painless and efficient.

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Yontoo: PUPs with two faces

We take a look at the methods that the installers for Yontoo browser hijackers use to keep as much information about their program as possible away from security researchers.

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WebSearcher PUP applies Proxy Lockdown

WebSearcher is an adware application that uses a proxy and denies the normal user the right to change the proxy settings.

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My Conversations with Cybersecurity Influencers

Today, we’re excited to be launching our thought leadership series entitled “Marcin’s Soundbytes.” A series where you’ll see me interview some of the savviest professionals in cybersecurity.

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Dell System Detect Vulnerability now classified as a PUP

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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