Second Annual State of Ransomware Report

Join Marcin Kleczynski, Malwarebytes CEO, Adam Kujawa, Director of Malware Intelligence, and Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research, as they discuss the “Second Annual State of Ransomware” global report from Osterman Research sponsored by Malwarebytes. ...

Back to school cybersecurity tips for parents and kids

The time to start the new school term is just around the corner. And for parents, the excitement and anxiety may be palpable, especially if it’s their kid’s first time attending a new school. Ads for back-to-school gear start as early as July, increasing in frequency...

The state of ransomware among SMBs

In a report conducted by Osterman Research and sponsored by Malwarebytes, more than 1,000 small and medium-sized businesses were surveyed in June 2017 about ransomware and other critical security issues. What we discovered was surprising—ransomware authors aren’t only...

7 tips to stay cyber safe this summer

You’ve probably already seen the back-to-school ads on TV and rolled your eyes a little bit. We’re with you: There’s still plenty of summer left. That’s why we want to remind you about some of the cybersecurity pitfalls you might encounter during the remainder of the...

Bye, bye Petya! Decryptor for old versions released.

Following the outbreak of the Petya-based malware in Ukraine, the author of the original version, Janus, decided to release his master key, probably closing the project. You can read the full story here. Based on the released key, we prepared a decryptor that is...

Best Malware Removal 2017 from Pro Geeks Blog

Best Malware Removal 2017 by:   How many of us are utterly dependent on our PCs for professional work, routine tasks and more? The answer to that is in chorus: All of us. Imagine having to lose or corrupt some sensitive data on your personal computer in the hands...

Petya-esque ransomware is spreading across the world

UPDATE 6/27/2017 1653 PST: Based on information released by security researchers, a Ukrainian accounting software company called Me Doc pushed an update at around 10:30 GMT this morning, which installed the malware on the “victim zero” system. Then, using a mix of...

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