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April 2020

Coronavirus-themed Campaign delivers Agent Tesla Malware

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Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

While the whole world fights against the COVID-19 pandemic, cybercriminals are busy exploiting the situation and attacking vulnerable users & businesses. In the last few weeks, there has been a rise in coronavirus-themed malspams, which are being used to deliver a variety of malware. At Quick Heal Security Labs, we...

Way Out of The MAZE: A Quick Guide For Defending Against Maze Ransomware

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The modus operandi of the Maze Ransomware

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

From late 2019, MAZE Ransomware started becoming infamous for its Encryption, data stealing and the subsequent selling of the stolen data. Few other reasons behind its popularity are also its unique targets and the ransom demands. From its inception around May 2019, MAZE actors are targeting multiple sectors, prominent ones...

How safe it is to use the Zoom video-conferencing app?

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Zoom video-conferencing app becoming an attack channel?

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Recently the Union home ministry has issued a warning raising a red flag for users of Zoom video-conferencing application and marked it as unsafe to use. Earlier, during the end of March, CERT-IN, India’s nodal cybersecurity agency had warned users about the vulnerabilities in the Zoom app. In the current...

Beware of scams during this crucial time of CoronaVirus pandemic

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Due to the CoronaVirus pandemic and in this lockdown period, people have free time to spend on mobile phones and laptops. Riding on this wave, fake message creators create fake messages with attractive offers or services on social media. We can see that a large number of fake WhatsApp messages...

Dharma Ransomware Variant Malspam Targeting COVID-19

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Estimated reading time: 7 minutes

Since the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus pandemic, many malware have been seen trying to lure people to open malicious emails, malicious domains and run other malware, etc. Some of these malicious domains are fully functional and provide real-time mapping of COVID-19 stats across the globe. However, they deliver malware...