Preksha Saxena

Preksha Saxena

Preksha is a security researcher at Quick Heal Security Labs and has 6 years of experience in the cyber security domain. She is interested in reverse engineering and analyzing security vulnerabilities and exploits.

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Anydesk Software Exploited to Spread Babuk Ransomware

We generally see that ransomware attacks are deployed through exploits, unsolicited malicious emails (malspam), or malicious Microsoft Office…

Ficker – An Info-Stealer Malware that tricks people to get their passwords

Credential stealer malware is the most prevalent types of malware used in cyber-attacks. We have seen a lot…

Ficker Stealer Malware tricks people into getting passwords

Maze ransomware continues to be a threat to the consumers

Maze is a recently highlighted ransomware among the ever-growing list of ransomware families. The ransomware is active from…

Deep analysis of AZORult – The information exfiltrator

While the current focus in the cyberspace is on Ransomware and Cryptominers there are other prevalent threat actors…

A new ransom-miner malware campaign emerging in wild!

Since the past few weeks, Quick Heal Security Labs has been observing a series of interesting malware blocked…

Breed of MBR Infecting Ransomware – an analysis by Quick Heal Security Labs

Ransomware is becoming one of the most perilous cyberattack methods and also the most habitual techniques for cybercriminals…

MIRUS – a cryptomining virus

Cryptocurrencies are all the vogue now. This has resulted in the emergence of increasing cryptocurrency mining activities. Several platforms…