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September 2017

Quick Heal Security Labs is observing the infamous Locky ransomware outbreak which kicked off recently in the last week of September. The outbreak started with spam email with various subjects and different attachment names. On 26th September, spam campaign delivering a new variant of Locky ransomware started. The observed commonality in this campaign was...
They say, good things come for free, but not all of them. This post quickly takes you through the dangers of using unsecured Wi-Fi and some safety tips should you access such networks. From coffee shops to public libraries, and airports to restaurants, most public places now offer Wi-Fi for...
When we talk about motives behind any cyberattack, it is mostly money; a case in point is the ransomware – it locks your PC or encrypts your data and demands a ransom (in Bitcoins) to let go off the computer or decrypt the data. So basically, money is the main...
Facebook messenger malware
A new malware has come to notice and it uses Facebook Messenger to spread from one user to another. Known as the Facebook Messenger malware, this threat is said to be highly sophisticated and can act differently based on the web browser the victim is using – Firefox, Chrome or...