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Tired of maintaining code that was written to be freely distributed, an “unrepentant module giver awayer” (aka developer) handed it over after GitHub dev “right9control” volunteered to take over the popular JavaScript library. The library Event-Stream, written in Node.js, has over 2 million downloads per week. The library, which was listed in NPM’s repository, was […]

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Starting this month, Malwarebytes began participating in the antivirus software for Windows comparison test performed by AV-test.org. This is uncharted territory for us, as we have refrained from participating in these types of tests since our inception. Although recent testing results show Malwarebytes protecting against more than 97 percent of web vector threats and detecting […]

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We have often said that personal data is candy on a stick to fraudsters and must be kept safe (that is, not given out on dubious websites). It can be used to gain access to accounts and in targeted attacks and ransomware campaigns. In Q3, we registered a surge of fraudulent emails in spam traffic. […]

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