We told you how to tell if you’re infected with malware. We told you how to clean up the infection if you get it. How about how to stop the infection from happening in the first place?
Blurry previews and Facebook phishing
How complex are the digital lives of teens? The NCSA takes a look.
Tech support scams coming as phishing pages that contain fake alerts urging you to call for immediate assistance are common place these days. In this post we examine a couple of sneaky techniques targeting Google Chrome users.
Not all pups are cute. These PUPs can slow down your computer, display tons of annoying ads, collect private information and more! Learn how to spot these PUPS and keep your computer safe.
Recently we got access to several elements of the espionage toolkit that has been captured attacking Vietnamese institutions. In this article we describe the process of extracting the final payload out of it’s cover.
Remote workers are often the weakest link in a company's cybersecurity defenses. Find out how your company can protect its network and remote employees from threats.
Mining company Agnico Eagle Mines Limited wasn't getting the protection they needed from their traditional antivirus tool and turned to Malwarebytes to combat malware and exploits.
Malwarebytes Partners with Synus Technology to Bring Most Advanced Malware Detection and Remediation Solutions to Brazilian Market
We've been named to the Inc. 5000 list of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America for the second year in a row!
Read our press release here: https://press.malwarebytes.com/…/malwarebytes-named-to-th…/…
We have all seen the current popularity and craze with PokemonGo, it's no surprise cyber-criminals would plan on using this to their advantage and imitate the game with malicious substitutions.
On July 29, we published a blog titled “PUP Friday: Cleaning up with 5 star awards“, taking a look at a registry cleaner called RegCleanPro made by Systweak. The makers of Systweak software posted both to our blog comments and posted a blog on their website titled “How Malwarebytes Got It All Wrong with RegClean Pro“.
Ransomware attacks are surging in the era of bitcoin according to this The Wall Street Journal article. Following the NASCAR racing team's ransomware attack, they began running Malwarebytes software helping them find and eliminate 10,000 malware infections.
We wrote an article in 2014 about some fraudulent behaviors involving MacKeeper. Fast forward to 2016, and unfortunately, the story is much the same.
We very quickly found ourselves in a deep rabbit-hole of Mac crapware when researching a major developer of Mac PUPs (potentially unwanted programs), PCVARK.
- Will Malwarebytes prevent an infection of Zeus? I was not advised of... a threat but I did receive a popup window that said I had it and I needed to call a telephone number to be told what to do to get rid of it. My screen was frozen, I shut down the computer and ran a scan with Malwarebytes and a second scan with Norton. Neither reported anything but I'm unsure.