White House urges U.S. businesses to prepare for possible Russian cyberattacks.

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Malwarebytes Newsletter March | Issue 2
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White House urges US businesses: Protect against potential Russian cyberattacks
The US Administration has again called on business leaders to strengthen their defenses against a cyberattack from Russia.
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Facebook phish claims “Someone tried to log into your account”
A phishy email that pretends to be from Facebook tells victims that someone’s tried to login to their account, and uses a sense of urgency to try to reel them in.
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Escobar is the new Android banking Trojan we’ve met before
Aberebot, a known Android banking Trojan, has changed its name and returned loaded with new features. This time, it’s calling itself Escobar.
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Valorant cheats on YouTube are actually information-stealing malware
Valorant, the popular free-to-play team-based shooter, is attracting the attention of scammers. A YouTube spam campaign claims to offer up Valorant cheat tools, but instead pushes malware.
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