• Last week on Malwarebytes Labs, the spotlight fell on the State of Malware 2021 report, wherein we have seen cyberthreats evolve. We also touched on ransomware, such as Egregor and a tactic known as Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) brute forcing that has long been part of the ransomware operators’ toolkit; insider threats, such as what […]

  • This week we have seen ransomware attacks targeting online service providers and MSPs to not only encrypt the victim but also cause significant outages for their customers. […] BleepingComputer

  • Last week on Malwarebytes Labs, we dug into security hubris on the Lock and Code podcast, explored ways in which Apple’s notarization process may not be hitting all the right notes, and detailed a new web skimmer. We also explained how to keep distance learners secure, talked about PCI DSS compliance, and revealed that SMB […]

  • Last week on Malwarebytes Labs, we looked at how to avoid Zoom bombing, weighed the risks of surveillance versus pandemics, and dug into a spot of WiFi credential theft. Other cybersecurity news: Malware creeps back into the home: With a pandemic forcing much of the workforce into remote positions, it’s worth noting that a study […]

  • Crowdsourced security company Bugcrowd announced today that it paid over $ 500K ($ 513,333)​​​​​​​ to 237 whitehat hackers in a single week for the first time since launching its bug bounty platform more than seven years ago. […] BleepingComputer