Last week on Malwarebytes Labs:

  • The struggle to reduce bug-fixing time is real
  • Update now! Mozilla patches two actively exploited vulnerabilities
  • Google takes on Docs notification spammers
  • When fake dating profiles try the military approach
  • Azure AutoWarp brings automation headaches
  • RagnarLocker ransomware gang breached 52 critical infrastructure organizations
  • FormBook spam campaign targets citizens of Ukraine
  • Update now! Microsoft patches three zero-day vulnerabilities on Patch Tuesday
  • Twitter makes the leap to Tor
  • Brave browser goes the extra mile to block third-party cookies
  • Extortion scheme impersonates government officials, law enforcement
  • Ransomware: February 2022 review
  • Linux “Dirty Pipe” vulnerability gives unprivileged users root access
  • HBO sued for sharing subscriber data with Facebook
  • Blunting RDP brute-force attacks with rate limiting

Stay safe!

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