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A week in security (October 1 – 7)

Last week, Malwarebytes welcomed National Cybersecurity Awareness Month by renewing our pledge to do what we do best: offer the best protection for our customers and promote security awareness for all. On Labs, we raised the question of whether it is a good idea to bring your own security or not, talked a little bit more about fileless malware, homed in on a malware campaign targeting Fortnite … [Read more...]

Fortnite’s Google Play rebuff sparks security concerns for Android users

There’s been no small outbreak of chaos in mobile land recently, all because of an astonishingly popular game called Fortnite. Here’s the thing: people refer to Android as “open platform,” saying that, in theory, you can do what you want with it. In practice, you buy an Android phone and then you’re locked into apps from the Google Play store. You can switch things … [Read more...]

A week in security (June 18 – June 24)

Last week, we took a deep dive into SamSam ransomware, looked at ways how to identify and delete malicious emails, recognized that there are now risks affecting job recruitment portals, analyzed a malicious Android app banking on the popularity of Fortnite, and identified causes and solutions for the skills shortage in cybersecurity. Other news Security researchers pointed a finger at China for … [Read more...]