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October 2014

If our readers can recollect, we had shared a blog post sometime last year on the common password mistakes people make, and how you can create strong passwords. Well, this post is to see whether our readers have followedour tips. We will be sharing with you all a tool which...
If there is one thing we could change about the Internet today, it would most certainly be the dissolution of the need for passwords to access web-based accounts. An average Internet user today has around 10 passwords that he needs to remember at all times. Moreover, these passwords need to...
Apple recently released Mac OS X Yosemite (version 10.10) for the general public on October 16th, 2014. This version contains several upgrades pertaining to the visual design and UI of the OS, continuity with other Apple devices and other privacy enhancing features. We would like to inform users of Quick...
We recently held a webinar and issued a blog post about the top 5 risks of online shopping this festive season. Continuing down the same lines, we would now like to inform our readers about some of the best practices they should undertake while shopping online. The Diwali season is...
We here at Quick Heal love spreading the word about online safety and everything that one can do in order to strengthen their online presence without compromising on security. We recently hosted a successful webinar in line with our knowledge sharing activities, and we were overwhelmed with the response and...
There’s a new security bug in town. Technically, it is called CVE­-2014­-3566, and elsewhere, as the Poodle Bug. Three Google engineers have discovered this security vulnerability in SSL version 3. Let’s know how this vulnerability may affect you. What is SSL? SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is an encryption service that...
2014 has been an eventful year in the cybersecurity world and there have been several high profile security breaches. These have cost companies millions of dollars and do not show any signs of slowing down in the foreseeable future. Here is a brief look into IT security news from the...
As the first week of October kicks in, we have got some important news and updates for you from the world of IT security. It includes quick insights into the Bash Bug, a new Faccebook Scam, a mobile spyware app, and also about the JPMorgan hack. Read on There’s a...