Last week on Malwarebytes Labs:
- DNS-over-HTTPS takes another small step towards global domination
- Nope, that isn’t Elon Musk, and he isn’t offering a free Topmist Dust watch either
- Four in-the-wild exploits, 13 critical patches headline bumper Patch Tuesday
- Is crypto’s criminal rollercoaster approaching a terminal dip?
- Ransomware’s Russia problem
- SonicWall warns users of “imminent ransomware campaign”
- What is scareware?
- Does using a VPN slow down your Internet?
- US offers huge reward in fight against state-sponsored cybercriminals
Other cybersecurity news:
- Kaseya finally started moving on after the ransomware attack from REvil. (Source: Kaseya CSA Incident Response)
- Attackers use non-malicious documents to disable macro security warnings before executing the malicious macro. (Source: The Hackers News)
- MageCart criminal gang used odd concatenation technique to hide their malware. (Source: Sucuri Blog)
- Mint Mobile suffered a data breach. (Source: BleepingComputer)
- Guess, the fashion retailer, suffered a breach, too. (Source: SecurityMagazine)
- SpoofedScholars phishers targets professors and writers who are experts about the Middle East. (Source: TechRepublic)
- Meanwhile, REvil seem to have disappeared. (Source: Endgadget)
- At this point, we lost count at the number of times TrickBot has come back. (Source: Gizmodo)
- Twitter verifying bot accounts raised a lot of questions regarding their process. (Source: The Daily Dot)
- Adobe releases critical patches for Reader, Acrobat, and Illustrator. (Source: Security Week)
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