GDPR causes a flood of new policies

GDPR causes a flood of new policies

The upcoming GDPR deadline means you've probably seen an influx of changed policy announcements in your inbox. Here's why you might want to pay attention to the changes. Categories: Privacy Security world Tags: gdprGeneral Data Protection Regulationnon-eupoliciesprivacyreview (Read more...) The post GDPR causes a flood of new policies appeared first ... Read More
HTTPS: why the green padlock is not enough

HTTPS: why the green padlock is not enough

Cheap hosting deals offering free certificates have made the green padlock a less convincing sign of security. Here's what to look for to ensure a website is safe to visit. Categories: FYI Tags: cacertificatesextended validationgreen padlockHTTPSPayPalphishingSSLTLS (Read more...) The post HTTPS: why the green padlock is not enough appeared first ... Read More
Cloudflare’s new DNS service

Cloudflare’s new DNS service

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Is it worth your time to change your default DNS servers? That depends on your wishes and whether you can gains some speed. Categories: How-tos Technology (Read more...) The post Cloudflare’s new DNS service appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs ... Read More
Facebook spammers making things worse

Facebook spammers making things worse

Adding to Facebook's burden are two spam campaigns. One is aimed at Finnish users and the other was quickly terminated, but we expect both to resurface in one form or another. Categories: Cybercrime Social engineering Tags: facebookFacebook Messengerfinnishmessengerspamyoutube (Read more...) The post Facebook spammers making things worse appeared first on ... Read More
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Malicious gaming extensions: a child’s play to infection

Some gaming portals have been preying on children to get their malicious extensions installed. They use targeted advertizing and offer (already) free games as a reward for installing their adware. Categories: Cybercrime Social engineering Tags: adwarecmptchextensionsgamingmalicious gaming extensionsslithervideo gameswebstore (Read more...) The post Malicious gaming extensions: a child’s play to ... Read More
DDoS attacks are growing: What can businesses do?

DDoS attacks are growing: What can businesses do?

How do DDoS attacks work? And how do we protect our organizations from the growing size and number of attacks? Categories: Business Technology Tags: attackddosDDos attackIoTmemcachedPieter Arntzprotection (Read more...) The post DDoS attacks are growing: What can businesses do? appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs ... Read More
A cure for the common cold call: freeze them out

A cure for the common cold call: freeze them out

Cold calls are a modern day nuisance becoming ever-more persistent. In this article, we show you how to limit the number of cold calls you receive and prevent potential damage they may inflict. Categories: Technology Tags: cold callshow to handlePieter Arntzpreventionsolutions (Read more...) The post A cure for the common ... Read More
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How artificial intelligence and machine learning will impact cybersecurity

Both artificial intelligence and machine learning are being adopted in cybersecurity. But before they achieve mainstream traction, it's important to discuss their impact to the industry. Categories: Security world Technology Tags: adversarialAIartificial intelligencecybersecuritymachine learningML (Read more...) The post How artificial intelligence and machine learning will impact cybersecurity appeared first on ... Read More
Explained: SQL injection

Explained: SQL injection

SQL injection is one of the most common attacks against businesses, with a high rate of success. So what can you do to prevent them? Categories: Business Security world Tags: breachcodedrop tableinjectionphp. aspquerysqlSQL injection (Read more...) The post Explained: SQL injection appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs ... Read More
How to protect your computer from malicious cryptomining

How to protect your computer from malicious cryptomining

When you experience a slow computer due to malicious cryptomining, how can you troubleshoot it and prevent it from happening again? Categories: How-tos Tags: Chrome Task managercrypto-jackinghigh cpupreventslow computertroubleshoot (Read more...) The post How to protect your computer from malicious cryptomining appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs ... Read More
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