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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 fro
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 thi
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?!