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The 2008 AVAR (Association of Anti Virus Asia Research) conference will be held in India. Quick Heal will be hosting this conference. For the first time such a conference will be held in India, which will be attended by security experts and Anti-Virus Guru’s. We are very thankful to all...
The AVAR (Association of Anti Virus Asia Research) 2007 conference was held in Seoul, Korea on November 28 to 30 2007 AVAR 2007 The AVAR conference is held every year which is attended by most of security professional. Presentation on latest Malware Trends, New Anti Malware Technology, Cyber crime other...
We’ve released Quick Heal Upgrade 2008 for Quick Heal AntiVirus Plus, Quick Heal Lite and Quick Heal Total Security on 17th November 2007. Users can download and apply the upgrade to get the latest protection against new threats. New features and enhancements introduced in 2008 products are: Quick Heal Antivirus...
Vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat and Reader 8.1 on Windows allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted PDF file, related to the mailto: option and Internet Explorer 7 on Windows XP. More info and patches available on Adobe site. CVE-2007-5020
Here are some screen shot of some of the fake/rouge AntiVirus, AntiSpyWare which we detect. The threat landscape has changed along with the skill of malcode authors. If you have come across such application let us know: viruslab at quickheal dot com
One more time a worm is spreading through SKYPE. Its detected as Worm.Skipi.a. It uses the chat function of Skype to send a short message containing a link to a seemingly benign JPEG file to other users. Users that click on the link will download and run a copy of...
We are getting reports of Axis bank and ICICI bank users being targeted by phishing mail. If you receive any mail from any source which looks like your bank requesting for your account or personal details, please do not provide it. Contact your bank and verify it.
We have received numerous emails today regarding yet another round of spam hitting the cyberwaves. This spam is nothing more than a new twist on the pump and dump stock market emails. The emails include a ZIP or RAR file for an attachment. Once opened, these contain nothing more than...