CyberByte steals Malwarebytes’ intellectual property

CyberByte has stolen Malwarebytes’ intellectual property, and has been using our data without permission in their CyberByte Antivirus software.

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Stolen security logos used to falsely endorse PUPs

To gain the trust of users, the makers of PUPs put the logos of reputable security and tech firms on their websites to imply their product is endorsed by the companies. They are not.

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A week in security (November 6 – November 12)

Learn what happened in the world of security during the week of November 6 through 12. Bitcoin multiplier scams, exploit kits, cryptocurrency mining, and a bogus WhatsApp app.

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Winning the battle against PUPs on your computer and in court

This week, a United States District Court judge ruled in Malwarebytes’ favor, dismissing a lawsuit brought against us by Enigma Software Group USA LLC (“Enigma”). Essentially, they sued us because we classified two of their software programs as Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs).

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How to tell if your Mac is infected

It’s time to start taking a closer look at your Mac. Is it acting like its normal, reliable self? Or is it exhibiting strange behavior? Here’s how to tell if your Mac is infected.

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Solution Corner: Malwarebytes for Android

Don’t let your Android phone or tablet be a source of trouble. Protect it with Malwarebytes for Android today!

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Solution Corner: Malwarebytes for Mac

Mac users have been told for years: Macs don’t get viruses. That’s not true! Stay protected with Malwarebytes for Mac.

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Adware the series, part 6

In this part of the series, we are going to have a look at types of adware that are very hard to find and remove, like ADS, rootkits, and file-less infections.

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