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A new Malwarebytes report examines Sorebrect, a fileless ransomware threat that's been detected in the U.S. this year, as well as with three other fileless attacks.
Malware authors have been incorporating new infection methods that have resulted in a whole new category of attacks that are likely to represent the future of malware, according to a new research report from Malwarebytes.
Security firm Malwarebytes has released its annual list of predictions for cybersecurity issues in the next year.
Malwarebytes started when, at 14 years old, I infected my computer with malware while downloading a video game. I turned to the internet and to those with the expertise to help me remove the virus, and the rest is history. From a hard-copy manual, we began writing free applications to improve and simplify the process of removing malware.
This palm-sized box can break your iPhone's password, giving police full access to a device's file system -- messages, photos, call logs, browsing history, keychain and user passwords, and more.
As the value of cryptocurrencies—driven by the phenomenal rise of Bitcoin—has increased significantly, a new kind of threat has become mainstream, and some might say has even surpassed all other cybercrime.
Reputable anti-malware security vendor Malwarebytes is warning Mac users that malware attacks against the platform climbed 270 percent last year.
While Dofoil/Smoke Loader has been used in nefarious hacking operations for almost a decade, it recently made headlines after Malwarebytes, a cybersecurity firm, discovered it was posing as a patch for Spectre and Meltdown, two major flaws that exist in nearly every computer processor on the market.
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Until it happens to you, it’s just another news story. Cybercrime affects millions of people around the world every day. New threats are constantly emerging, but the goal is always to steal consumer or business information and monetize it. With the popularity of e-commerce and online banking comes new opportunities for cybercriminals to cause harm. Security companies, like Malwarebytes, are leading the fight against breaches with the latest techniques and exhaustive research methods based on customer telemetry data to provide products that safeguard consumers and businesses alike.