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Rajiv Singha

About Rajiv Singha

Rajiv is an IT security news junkie and a computer security blogger at Quick Heal. He is passionate about promoting cybersecurity awareness, content and digital marketing, photography, gaming, and gardening.

Threats to your digital life are increasing. Are you doing anything about it?

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 August 8, 2018

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It’s an exciting age to be alive! We are rapidly advancing towards greater heights of technology paying witness to inventions like the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, Flying Cars, and the prospect of traveling to space as an excursion! The word ‘exciting’ fails to define these milestones mankind is...

Data Privacy. What is that?

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 August 6, 2018

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With the heavy penetration of the Internet into almost every household, data privacy has had its day. The Facebook data leak scandal which rocked the tech industry is a blistering example of the way our privacy is getting compromised at the cost of our obsession with social networking or the...

Quick Heal Total Security (Windows) achieves a 99.5% protection rate in AV-Comparatives’ test

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 July 23, 2018

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Quick Heal Total Security (Windows) has achieved a 99.5% protection rate in the Real-World Protection Test conducted by world’s leading security software testers AV-Comparatives. Real-World Protection Test February-June 2018 Experts at AV-Comparatives create a real-world environment to test security software. In this environment, malware (malicious software) behave in the same...

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...

3 common types of phishing attacks and tips to avoid them

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 June 26, 2018

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Phishing is one of the oldest tricks in the book of hackers. But as old as it might be, phishing still remains the most lucrative tool for cybercriminals; as they say, old is gold. This post tells you about the 3 common types of phishing attacks and tips to avoid...

Cryptojacking is when someone illegally uses your PC to make digital money + 8 facts

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 June 20, 2018

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What attracts more than a magnet? You might have guessed it right – it is money! And where there is easy money, there is a lot of hustle and bustle. Till now, ransomware was seen as the ultimate cash cow for attackers – kidnap critical data and ask a ransom...

Alert! Quick Heal detects banking Trojan malware seeking financial data using popular social media and banking apps

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 June 13, 2018

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Quick Heal Security Labs has detected two banking Trojan malware designed to steal financial data by using popular social and banking apps. Reading this post will help you understand how this malware works and how can you protect yourself against it. What is a banking Trojan? Banking Trojans (also known...

6 reasons why your computer is slower than a snail

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 June 5, 2018
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Is your computer slowing down? Do you find it easier to move a mountain than multitasking on your machine? Here are 6 possible reasons that might explain the poor performance of your computer.

[INFOGRAPHIC] 5 Myths about mobile security and facts that debunk them

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 May 31, 2018

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When it comes to desktop computers, people go for the best security software. But when the talk is about their mobile security, odds are, they are least bothered. Most think that their mobile devices are less vulnerable to cyberattacks than their computers; that however, is a myth, and probably a...