Malwarebytes Newsletter: June | Issue 1

Avoid the consequences of unsafe internet use.

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Malwarebytes Newsletter June | Issue 1
The big stories
Internet safety month
Internet Safety Month: Avoiding the consequences of unsafe Internet practices
This Internet Safety Month, learn about the consequences of unsafe Internet practices, and how to avoid them.
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Parents and kids
Parental controls: What they can and can’t do for you
Parental controls are a helpful tool in keeping your children safe online, but they should not be considered a set-it-and-forget-it solution for protecting your children.
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WhatsApp accounts hijacked by call forwarding
Beware of a new WhatsApp account takeover technique which starts with the threat actor reaching out to a victim and convincing them to call a specific number.
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Ransomware attack turns 2022 into 1977 for Somerset County
Somerset County, New Jersey, has been hit so hard by a network assault that county databases can’t provide information on land records and probates. Title searches are only available for paper records entered before 1977.
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