BadRabbit ransomware strikes Eastern Europe

A new strain of malware by the authors of NotPetya called the BadRabbit ransomware is spreading through Eastern Europe, offering a fake Flash update to drop the infection.

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A week in security (October 16 – October 22)

A compilation of notable security news and blog posts from Monday, October 16 to Sunday, October 22. We talked about adware and malware in Google Play, a ransomware exclusively targeting South Korea, BYOD, a new 419 scam, cyptocurrency mining, and more.

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Magniber ransomware: exclusively for South Koreans

A few days ago, Magnitude EK resurfaced, this time with a new payload that targets only the country of South Korea. It’s called Magniber ransomware.

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Exhibition: it-sa Nuremberg

Malwarebytes attends it-sa in Germany—Europe’s largest expo for IT security. Post written in English and German.

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Remediation vs. prevention: How to place your bets

Building a security environment for businesses is a gamble these days. It’s remediation vs. prevention. Which should you bet on?

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