MalwareBytes recently released new version 2.0 of the MalwareBytes Anti-Malware(MBAM). Cyber criminals have now started to trick users into installing the fake versions of this security application.
Researchers at Malwarebytes have come across a number of websites offering free version their software, but are actually potentially unwanted programs.
These bogus applications are capable of making itself run every time, whenever the system is restarted. They are also capable of accessing your browser cookies, list of restricted sites and browser history.
These apps also blocks users from accessing certain websites by adding them to Internet Explorer's restricted zone, which includes wikia, gamespot, Runescape online.
The security firm also have spotted premium version of MBAM with key generators on torrent websites. But, in this particular case, users are asked to fill survey in order to download the app. Filling these kind of surveys will help the cybercriminals to earn money.