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  On 19th November at 8:17 am, we became aware of a false positive detection on excel files and…

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Quick Heal Launches an all new version 23 – Smart, Secure and Sustainable

Cybercrimes have been on the rise post-pandemic and are becoming even more sophisticated. Digitization and work from home…

QBOT – A HTML Smuggling technique to target victims

QBot, also known as Qakbot, QuackBot, and Pinkslipbot, is a Banking Trojan that was first observed in 2007….

Are Malware operators using NSIS Installers to bombard Stealers and avoid detection?

  Threat actors have been using new techniques to hide their codes and avoid detection in every manner….

A DEEP DIVE INTO NEW 64 BIT EMOTET MODULES

Emotet is usually delivered by SPAM campaigns containing document files. This self-propagating Trojan is a downloader malware that…

Beware: SOVA Android Banking Trojan emerges more powerful with new capabilities

  SOVA is an Android banking Trojan with significant capabilities like credential theft, capturing keystrokes, taking screenshots, etc.,…

Quick Heal Supports Windows 11 version 22H2

  Microsoft has recently come up with a new update called Windows 11 22H2. The below article highlights…

Indian Power Sector targeted with latest LockBit 3.0 Variant

After the infamous Conti ransomware group was disbanded, its former members started to target energy and power sectors…

PowerShell: An Attacker’s Paradise

  PowerShell was originally intended as a task automation and configuration management program for system administrators. However, it…

Auto-launching HiddAd on Google Play Store found in more than 6 million downloads

HiddenAd or HiddAd are icon-hiding adware applications. The prime motive of HiddAd is to generate revenue through aggressive…