Last week on Malwarebytes Labs
- Beyond the VPN: Ultimate online privacy with the Tor Project’s Isabela Bagueros: Lock and Code S02E20
- Patch now to bypass Firefox add-ons that abuse the proxy API to deny updates
- How social media mistakes can impact cybersecurity
- Update now! Apple patches bugs in iOS and iPadOS
- Watch out for the Steam skin “free knife” scam
- What is fileless malware?
- Threat profile: Ranzy Locker ransomware
- Shrootless: Microsoft finds Apple macOS vulnerability
- Tips to protect your data, security, and privacy from a hands-on expert
- Update your OptinMonster WordPress plugin immediately
- The return of the Malwarebytes CrackMe
Other cybersecurity news
- Cream Finance skimmed by crooks: $130m in crypto assets stolen (Source: The Register)
- Google Chrome abused to deliver malware as “legit” Win10 app (Source: ThreatPost)
- TA525 criminal group using “Squid game” lures for Dridex Malware (Source: ZDNet)
- A malware prevention strategy to complement StopRansomware(dot)gov (Source: GCN)
- Snake malware biting hard on 50 apps for only $25 (Source: Bleeping Computer)
- Phishing emails use QR codes to bypass defences and steal Microsoft 365 usernames and passwords (Source: ZDNet)
- BBB warns about scams for holiday season (Source: SiLive)
- Russian hackers used home networks to evade detection (Source: Bloomberg)
- This AI predicts how old children are (Source: Wired)
- Europol detains hackers behind 2019 Norsk Hydro ransomware attack (Source: TechCrunch)
Stay safe, everyone!
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