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January 2016

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When was the last time you took a flight to someplace and back and then carelessly threw your boarding pass into the bin without even thinking twice? Well if you regularly follow this habit, then you will be concerned to know that every boarding pass contains a barcode that holds...
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If our readers can recall, in an earliest post we had discussed TeslaCrypt – what it is and what it does. This post has some important information related to recent findings from our Labs. Read on to know more. First, a brief flashback! TeslaCrypt belongs to the family of ransomware;...
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In today’s post, you will get to learn some of the basic and important differences between two of our products – Quick Heal AntiVirus Pro vs Quick Heal Internet Security. While, both these products work to defend your system against malware, viruses and other threats, they differ on the level...
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In continuation to the first part of Security Habits to Break and Make in 2016, this one is the second part that talks about choosing strong and not-so-constant passwords. No.2 Security Habit to Break: Having devices that are not password protected. No.2 Security Habit to Make: Create complex and strong...
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The beginning of a year gives us a reason to do better than what we have been doing so far. Most of us make new resolutions, take up new interests, improve and build relationships at work and home, and so on. Then there are those who work tirelessly to invent...
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Here we are in a New Year with all new resolutions and promises. While we keep some, we often tend to break many. Quick Heal will always advise you to work on your promises. Every year, Quick Heal promises to come up with better and updated versions of security solutions...