A week in security (May 2 – 8)

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Last week on Malwarebytes Labs:

  • Google, Apple, and Microsoft step hand in hand into a passwordless future
  • OpenSea warns of Discord channel compromise
  • Avoid these Instagram “Get rich with Bitcoin” scams
  • Steer clear of fake premium mobile app unlockers
  • How Instagram scammers talk users out of their accounts
  • Ransomware: April 2022 review
  • The $43 billion Business Email Compromise threat
  • Nigerian Tesla: 419 scammer gone malware distributor unmasked
  • Google fixes two critical Pixel vulnerabilities: Get your updates when you can!
  • It’s business as usual for REvil ransomware
  • World Password Day: Brushing up on the basics
  • Unfixed vulnerability in popular library puts IoT products at risk
  • 8 security tips for small businesses
  • Fake Cyberpunk Ape Executives target artists with malware-laden job offer
  • State-backed hacking group from China is targeting the Russian military
  • Craft fair vendors targeted by fake event scammers on Facebook
  • US healthcare billing services group hacked, affecting at least half a million individuals
  • Airdrop phishing: what is it, and how is my cryptocurrency at risk?
  • Over 50 countries sign the “Declaration for the Future of the Internet”
  • Watch out for these 3 small business cybersecurity mistakes

Stay safe!

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