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Rajib Singha
This Diwali, let’s think beyond sweets and lamps for gifting our loved ones. Let’s think security
October 6, 2017

Every year around this time, every corner in the country lights up with a warm and balmy glow of candles, diyas, and slow flickering lamps. A distinct sound tears through the hustle of crowded streets and busy roads – the familiar boom of crackers lighting up the night sky and children staring at the brilliant show with awe and wonder. Diwali is truly special – for reasons we all know.

As this day of joy and festivity approaches, you would be thinking of gift options for your family, friends, own employees, colleagues, neighbors, and acquaintances. Chocolates, sweets, lights, lamps or gift vouchers are most likely to be your preferences. But if you really think about it, these gifts are ‘expected’ and the ‘usual’ that are given out year after year. And if you are reading this post, it means you are part of the Internet community and so are most of the people you know. And while they spend their time and share their data online, they are surrounded by several threats such as viruses, malware, malicious software that steal banking information, and ransomware to name a few. So, why not gift your near and dear ones an annual subscription of Quick Heal for their Home PCs, laptops, and tablets. And as a special Diwali gift from us for you, there is a free subscription of the award-winning Quick Heal Total Security App along with every purchase of PC security. Quick Heal offers a range of products suited for every individual to help them bank, chat, email, and browse online with round-the-clock security from all types of cyberthreats.

The lights and charm of Diwali will brighten up our homes for a day or two but your gift of security to your loved ones will keep their digital world safe, secure, and bright forever. So, iss baar, kuch alag gift deke dekho.

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Iss baar, manaiye khushiyon ki Diwali with Quick Heal…

 

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Rajib Singha
About Rajib Singha
Rajib is a Physics graduate and a technology enthusiast. Besides having a keen interest in the latest gadgets, he is also into IT security and all that it...
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