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Hi, and please forgive my ignorance. I have scanned the subforums here but was unable to find one where this question seemed most appropriate. So please, feel free to move or delete this post as you deem appropriate. My question is not about the software. Although I do have the Android version installed on my mobile phone. I did, however, receive an email invitation to an interview that supposedly will be conducted by someone at Malwarebytes. This email was received into the email address where I had registered my mobile app when first downloading Malwarebytes. The email was sent from "email@example.com", I did reply by selecting a particular time on a particular date, and later received confirmation of my appointment from what appears to be a legitimate Malwarebytes corporate address shown (no brackets in the actual email address) as (first initial)(last name)@malwarebytes.com. Aside from initially stating it would take 45 minutes and later confirming by sending me a calendar entry that is set for 30 minutes, nothing was mentioned as far as the scope of the interview or the type of questions I would be asked but it did offer a $50 Amazon Gift card for participating. (And who would refuse that for a 30-minute phone chat, right)? I am simply trying to be proactive in verifying the source of these emails and the legitimacy of any such "user interview" program that you might be aware of. If you have any information that you can provide or if you can direct me to who/where I might be able to confirm/refute this, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance... Cordially, OmarS
Club DIA: cupones de ahorro y folletos de oferta had successfully passed the test of VirusTotal, in the time it appeared to be malicious, specifically as Riskware. As it is observed in the report of Virustotal, this application seems cleaned for you, from this next URL: https://www.virustotal.com/#/file/7aaf0bf67f448e937717e378160d4bbc13038c6e11179b04473b0df4925d6f6a/detection The legit application is avalaible for download, from this next URL: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=es.dia The message that appears in the notification regarding this false positive, mentions this legit application as: > Android/PUP.Riskware.Agent.sdo > /data/app/es.dia-1/base.apk I believe that this mobile application is legit and is not fraudulent.
Very concerning email... Below is a copy of an email I received, looks totally legitimate, name is right, date is right, even all the header information looks right. No idea what I can do to check the ref # quickly; I did reach out to support to check legitimacy. What am I so concerned about? The last 4 of the CC# is right... But I've never provided malwarebytes with this CC#... It's not the one that's showing as on file when I log into my account. So.... Is this legit? and If so, how in the heck did malwarebytes get CC info I never provided them with?! If it is on file... why isn't it showing as such on my account? Hi NAME, Your Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium order, Reference # NUMBER, is set to automatically renew itself on MONTH DD, YYYY, for $24.95 using the credit card ending in -#### we have on file for you. Please know that as long as you keep your subscription active and payment up-to-date, you are locking in the lowest possible price for being our loyal customer. Also, in light of recent Petya or WanaCrypt0r ransomware attacks that locked up hundreds of thousands computers across the globe, we want to re-assure that you are automatically protected against this ransomware and other advanced threats as long as you run the latest Malwarebytes Premium* with real-time protection turned on. Thank you for using our product. We look forward to continuing to crush malware on your behalf.