There is almost no need to introduce tech support scams these days. But there is something even worse that is now being seen.
Remote workers may present challenges for IT staff, but a combination of cybersecurity best practices, strong policy, and a dedicated user awareness campaign could keep company data safe.
Malwarebytes CISO, Justin Dolly, discusses why security should be high on the agenda of the board and seen as a business enabler, not a drain on resources.
Security firm Malwarebytes has warned Twitter users of a ‘Promoted Tweet’ phishing scam, that looks to lure in victims with the tempting offer of a shiny blue tick.
The massive cyberattacks which took down some of the most popular websites on the internet show that device manufacturers are not learning from the mistakes of the past.
Malwarebytes is acquiring a startup out of France called AdwCleaner, whose product specifically tackles and removes adware and has seen a total of 200 million downloads across Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 in 32 and 64-bit platforms.
Scammers selling bogus tech support services have moved from cold calls to targeted pop-ups and malware, according to Malwarebytes researchers.
Malwarebytes gives a peek at the anatomy of a tech support scam; scammers at one time were selling $25 versions of Malwarebytes software for as much as $1,000.
Malwarebytes researchers have detected a trend toward more and more malicious scams. They’re working with the FTC to bring down tech support scams.
Adam Kujawa is the Head of Malware Intelligence at Malwarebytes, the provider of anti-malware and internet security technology. CBR’s Alex Sword spoke to him to find out what the big malware threats are and how the landscape is changing.