Malwarebytes Newsletter: June | Issue 2

Instagram scam steals your selfies to trick your friends.

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Malwarebytes Newsletter June | Issue 2
The big stories
Internet safety month
Instagram scam steals your selfies to trick your friends
Instagram users' IDs are being stolen in a scam aimed at luring their friends into signing up for expensive subscription services.
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Parents and kids
Facebook users targeted in massive phishing campaign
Facebook has once again been used as the lure for a large-scale phishing campaign, reputedly generating millions in ill-gotten gains.
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text symbols
Apple’s passkeys attempt to solve the password problem
Apple is aiming to fix the password problem forever with a single-tap sign in approach known as the passkey. Will it work?
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Hackers can take over accounts you haven’t even created yet
Account hijacking has sadly become a regular, everyday occurrence. But what about hijacking accounts before they have even been created?
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Hunting down your data with Whitney Merrill:
In the latest episode of Lock and Code, host David Ruiz speaks with Whitney Merrill about why it is so difficult to get a company to hand over all the data it has collected about you.
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