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Quick Heal Threat Research Labs provides detailed analysis of current malware trends, threats, vulnerabilities and recent cyber-attacks. The Labs’ reports help our security engineers develop solutions against viruses, spyware, hackers, spam & other forms of malware.

trickbot_trojan_quick_heal_antivirus
TrickBot Trojan was first identified in mid-2016 and considered similar to the Dyreza banking Trojan. Initially, the payload (the component of a computer virus that executes a malicious activity) was spreading through a malvertising campaign using the Rig Exploit Kit. From our current findings, we have found that TrickBot has...
certlock_malware_quick_heal
An antivirus software keeps your computer safe from malware, viruses, online threats, and suspicious or harmful elements. Although bypassing this protective guard is a difficult task for attackers, they never stop trying to do so. Recently, we came across a malware that is designed to interfere with the infected system’s...
judy_malware
It’s turning out to be a bad month for the digital world. While the world is recovering from the WannaCry Ransomware outbreak, we now have a new malware on the loose and it is targeting Android devices. The malware is called Judy and it has infected around 41 apps in...
jokerquiz_fraud
Adware are unwanted programs installed on the system with or without user consent. They change your Internet browser’s settings and display unwanted and fraudulent pop-up ads. They also trick users by offering unbelievable deals. With technological advancements, adware are becoming smarter. JokerQuiz is one such adware that pretends to be...
dns-hijacking-adware
Adware have always known to be the most annoying group of malware since the beginning. Disrupting user’s browsing experience by showing countless advertising banners and redirecting them to websites without their consent. If that isn’t troublesome enough, getting rid of them is another big challenge in several cases. Gone are...
cerber-and-kovter
For the last 2 weeks, we have been observing a malware campaign using spam emails that look like they are from United States Postal Service (USPS) or FedEx. These emails are distributing the Cerber Ransomware along with Kovter Trojan – a lethal combination! The spam email contains a malicious script...