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Leaked Ransomware Docs Show Conti Helping Putin From the Shadows

Malwarebytes Senior Director of Threat Intelligence, Jerome Segura talks to WIRED about Conti Leaks.

Americans lost $1bn to Tinder-Swindler style romance cons last year, FBI says

study released last year by the cyber protection agency Malwarebytes revealed that people with less digital literacy are more prone to such scams. Those typically include ethnic minorities, women and older people, according to Malwarebytes.

Hackers Rigged Hundreds of Ecommerce Sites to Steal Payment Info

It’s generally hard for people to detect payment-card skimmers without special training. One option is to use antivirus software such as Malwarebytes, which examines in real time the JavaScript being served on a visited website. People also may want to steer clear of sites that appear to be using outdated software, although that’s hardly a guarantee that the site is safe.

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Malwarebytes Achieves Prestigious Product Recognition and Adds New CISO, Laura Whitt-Winyard

Malwarebytes achieves high-scores in MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK test, wins new industry awards while expanding prevention and remediation capabilities.

Malwarebytes products are not impacted by Spring Framework RCE via Data Binding on JDK 9+ (Spring4Shell) 

Malwarebytes products and services are not impacted by Spring4Shell.

Malwarebytes Announces Results from Fourth Round of MITRE Engenuity ATT&CK® Enterprise Evaluations 

Malwarebytes Announces MITRE ATT&CK Engenuity Evaluation Results

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