ReasonLabs has recently published its Summer 2023 Consumer Cybersecurity Trends Report [1] [2] [3], which offers valuable insights into the current state of online security. This report is based on data collected from over 9 million users worldwide who utilize ReasonLabs’ Online Security web extension.


ReasonLabs’ Online Security web extension provides users with endpoint protection, offering a range of services such as blocking malicious cookies and trackers, identity protection [4], and threat scanning. The report highlights that malware continues to be the most prevalent threat, accounting for 58% of all detections [1] [2] [3]. Additionally, phishing [1] [2] [3], adware [1] [2] [3], pirated software [1] [2] [3], and cryptojacking are identified as significant threats. In the United States [1] [2] [3], malware and phishing are the most commonly used attack vectors. ReasonLabs emphasizes the importance of consumer awareness and the utilization of cybersecurity tools to safeguard personal data [1] [2] [3]. Established in 2016, ReasonLabs offers various cybersecurity solutions [1] [2], including RAV Endpoint Protection [1], designed for individuals and families.


The findings of ReasonLabs’ Summer 2023 Consumer Cybersecurity Trends Report underscore the critical need for individuals to remain vigilant in protecting their online security. With malware being the primary threat, it is crucial for users to be aware of potential risks and employ cybersecurity tools like ReasonLabs’ Online Security web extension. By doing so, individuals can mitigate the risks associated with phishing, adware [1] [2] [3], pirated software [1] [2] [3], and cryptojacking [1] [2] [3]. As technology continues to advance, it is imperative that consumers stay informed and adapt their cybersecurity practices accordingly. ReasonLabs remains committed to providing effective solutions, such as RAV Endpoint Protection, to ensure the safety of personal data in an ever-evolving digital landscape.