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Malwarebytes Newsletter February | Issue 2
The big stories
Watch out for this bump in LinkedIn phishing
A study claims LinkedIn phishing has increased by a significant amount in February. We take a look at what’s going on.
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Roblox Beamers steal items from kids
Roblox gamers are once again being warned to be on their guard against scammers plundering valuable digital items.
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Xenomorph banking Trojan downloaded over 50,000times from Play Store
A new banking Trojan called Xenomorph has been downloaded over 50,000 times from the Google Play Store.
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Lock and Code podcast
The world’s most coveted spyware, Pegasus
In the latest episode of Lock and Code, host David Ruiz takes a deep dive into possibly the most powerful government spyware tool in the world, Pegasus.
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