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  1. Thanks. The last time I got an update for my phone was March 29th 2020. So I'm not sure if my phone got the patch for that weaknesses/exploit. I guess what asking is if someone got infected with malware that exploited this weaknesses would Malwarebytes be able to find it?
  2. Just recently I found about a new exploit in Android version 9 and below called StrandHogg 2.0. And I was wondering can Malwarebytes find and remove StrandHogg malware? https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/critical-android-bug-lets-malicious-apps-hide-in-plain-sight/
  3. I had a feeling he was full of bologna. Thanks that puts my mind at ease, and yes I'm aware that the licenses are only for one machine.😁
  4. I bought a lifetime license for MBAM back in 2010 back when the paid version of MBAM was called MBAM Pro. And I'm wondering how long are they good for? The reason I ask is because a friend of mine told me that there only good for around 10 to 20 years. Is this true?
  5. I use the Minds dot com social media app and yes I know its safe I've been using it for months now and no problems but over the past couple of updates Malwarebytes is unable to scan it after Minds does an update. Here's what VirusTotal has to say about the Minds app: https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/3917709999ba4a230fc063fce229350810530c388f944f1e6c1c2f8162f37e87/summary as you can see its clean but for strange reason starting version 3.8.0 its been having this issue with Malwarebytes gets stuck when trying to scan it.
  6. No thanks I don't want to give out my email address or full name.
  7. I'm not sure if I'm putting this the right place but anyway here I go. Yesterday I got a scam email from finacenews dot org I viewed it but I didn't open it/view the remote content (or click on any of the links) in Mozilla Thunderbird also TB was sandboxed so I shouldn't have to worry about an infection not mention I'm a Linux user viewing this email from a non-admin account. But I just wanted to report this phishing scam. Here a screenshot of it:
  8. Hi I like to report an suspicious email from yesterday, heres what it said.: Hello. Dont consider on my grammar, I am from China.We loaded our virus on your OS.Now I thiefted all personal data from your device. In addition I have some more evidence.The most amusing compromising which I have- its a videotape with your masturbation.I put malware on a porn web site and after you downloaded it. When you picked the video and clicked on a play, my deleterious soft instantly downloaded on your Operating System. After adjusting, your web camera shoot the videotape with you self-abusing, furthermore I captured the video you chose. In next few days my deleterious soft collected all your social and work contacts. Its obviously a scam because one thing I use Linux to surf the web and really don't touch free porn sites. And this person finishes by saying: If you desire to erase all the evidence- pay me 640 usd in BTC(cryptocurrency). I provide you my Btc address - 19U6ZoDKgaxHcnvNYXTeucpUWrMMav7PQE and hers there email address: order@santaclarashuttle.com
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