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The State of Malware 2023 Report
Stay up to date with the latest research and threat intelligence reports.
Malwarebytes researchers have discovered a prolific campaign of fraudulent energy ads shown to users via Google searches.
Threat actors are abusing commercial remote software like AnyDesk to phish users and defraud them.
In January, we recorded a total of 261 ransomware victims.
2023 saw a 70% increase in ransomware attacks from 2022.
Threat actors are using all the tools at their disposal to deliver malware. Malicious ads are only one step in the chain, with compromised sites providing the free hosting and changing capabilities that can evade detection.
Chinese speaking users looking for Telegram, or LINE are being targeted with malicious ads. Instead of downloading the legitimate application, they install malware.
2023 was the worst ransomware year on record for Education.
This month in ransomware: ALPHV and LockBit joining forces?
Mac users should be aware of an active distribution campaign via malicious ads delivering Atomic Stealer. The latest iteration of the malware is stealthy thanks to added encryption and obfuscation of its code.
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