IOBit Steals Malwarebytes' Intellectual Property

RedDawn

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Malwarebytes has recently uncovered evidence that a company called IOBit based in China is stealing and incorporating our proprietary database and intellectual property into their software. We know this will sound hard to believe, because it was hard for us to believe at first too. But after an indepth investigation, we became convinced it was true. Here is how we know.
During the course of our investigation, we uncovered additional evidence that IOBit may have stolen the proprietary databases of other security vendors as well. We are in the process of contacting these vendors.
IOBit Steals Malwarebytes' Intellectual Property - Malwarebytes Forum


This is big news.
 
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JMH

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Hi RedDawn,
If you have any more Security related articles to post I suggest they would be better posted in the Security - Security News section. ;)
If you haven't visited check it out -

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oreo27

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Malwarebytes has recently uncovered evidence that a company called IOBit based in China is stealing and incorporating our proprietary database and intellectual property into their software. We know this will sound hard to believe, because it was hard for us to believe at first too. But after an indepth investigation, we became convinced it was true. Here is how we know.
During the course of our investigation, we uncovered additional evidence that IOBit may have stolen the proprietary databases of other security vendors as well. We are in the process of contacting these vendors.
IOBit Steals Malwarebytes' Intellectual Property - Malwarebytes Forum


This is big news.
Wow, that truly is remarkable. Let's see where this goes. IObit is quite good, too good actually. Let's see what happens.
 

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