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Your copy-paste habit can cost you your money

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 July 19, 2018

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How often do you store your important data in files? It’s very common, right? This data may be URLs, topics, personal data like contacts, email-ids, usernames of different portals and sometimes passwords too (though always recommended to not to do so). We very casually copy this data and paste it...

A new ransom-miner malware campaign emerging in wild!

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Since the past few weeks, Quick Heal Security Labs has been observing a series of interesting malware blocked at our customer end. The further analysis of the malware ‘t.exe’ revealed that the malware seems to be Trojan dropper. Interestingly, this multipurpose malware is downloading a ransomware component, a crypto-mining malware...

Beware of the Cadbury 70th anniversary scam on WhatsApp!

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 July 2, 2018

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If you have received (or receive) the below message on WhatsApp, then do not click on the link. It’s another of those ‘anniversary’ scams. First, some facts 1. Cadbury was founded in 1824. So, this year is its 194th anniversary (and not 70th) 2. Cadbury hasn’t announced any kind of...

Satan ransomware raises its head again!

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 June 20, 2018

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Satan ransomware first occurred in early 2017. And it has resurfaced with a new variant in 2018. We have seen it using new, innovative techniques to spread such as EternalBlue exploit to distribute over compromised networks.   This variant of Satan propagates using the below techniques: Mimikatz EternalBlue – exploit...