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June 2014

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Early this month, we had warned our readers about various FIFA World Cup scams. And as the football fever is rising frantically, hackers are now using fake online streaming services as the ultimate bait to trick fans into installing adware, spyware, Trojans and other malware on their devices. While many...
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Another week, another FIFA World Cup security threat, another Android worm and another Facebook privacy threat. Here are the latest developments in the IT and security industry from the week that just went by. 2 months and countless warnings later, Heartbleed is still a threat While Heartbleed was major news...
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At Quick Heal, our endeavor is to provide ‘Mobile Security for all’. Very soon, Quick Heal Mobile Security will be bringing in new and enhanced features. Beyond that, we also have a little surprise for you. Get a sneak peek at what these features are and what are we up...
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Quick Heal Mobile Security was our pilot project in our mission to protect the millions of Android users worldwide. Ever since then, it has become one of the most popular Android apps. As a token of our gratitude for all the love and overwhelming support of our users, we have...
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Internet banking, or Netbanking, is fast, convenient and easy to use. Through this service one can now transfer money, pay bills, create a fixed deposit and do much more. There is no need to physically visit a bank and wait in a queue now as everything can be done with...
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Most of us are familiar with WWE superstar Dwayne Douglas Johnson, popularly known by his ring name ‘The Rock’. Although we miss watching him tussling with other wrestlers, we do get to see him in movies. But unfortunately, we will never get to know what the Rock is cooking, because...
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With the FIFA World Cup well and truly underway now, hackers and spam artists are having a field day too. While we enjoy the samba action and watch an exciting sequence of matches unfold, these malicious parties are busy cooking up ways to catch unsuspecting users off-guard with innovative World...
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Now that the FIFA World Cup is well and truly underway, something that a shell-shocked Spanish team would hesitantly affirm, it’s time for security vendors and users to come to arms as well. With a well-stocked arsenal of information about dangerous apps to avoid, phishing links to not click on...
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Last year, we came across a malware named Android Defender. This malware, once inside the victim’s phone, locks the device and demands a ransom to unblock it. This malware is classified as a screen-blocker type ransomware. But now, it seems like hackers have stepped up their game. A new Android...
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When it comes to safeguarding kids and teenagers online, many parents are already pretty clued up. They stay aware about the latest online apps that are in vogue and their risks, and many of them also get actively involved with their child’s online activities. Some parents also friend their kids...