Last week on Malwarebytes Labs:
- The end looms for Meta's behavioural advertising in Europe
- Microsoft Teams used in phishing campaign to bypass multi-factor authentication
- Film companies lose battle to unmask Reddit users
- FAQ: How does Malwarebytes ransomware rollback work?
- How to protect your child's identity
- Hey, are you REALLY ready to go on vacation? (No, you aren't)
- Global ransomware attacks at an all-time high, shows latest 2023 State of Ransomware report
- Phishing campaigns are using AMP URLs to avoid detection
- Minecraft fans beware: Players and servers at risk from BleedingPipe vulnerability
- Ivanti patches second zero-day vulnerability being used in attacks
- Public companies must now disclose breaches within 4 days
- Meta subsidiaries must pay $14m over misleading data collection disclosure
- Supply chain attacks disrupt emergency services communications
- Compromised Barracuda appliances equipped with persistent backdoors by attackers
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