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Quick Heal Security Labs is a leading source of threat research, threat intelligence, and cybersecurity. It analyzes data fetched from millions of Quick Heal products across the globe to deliver timely and improved protection to its users.

ALL Articles by Quick Heal Security Labs (42)

KKNPP Attack: Tracking the DTrack!

The recent cyber-attack on Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KKNPP) has been confirmed by the officials and yet again…

How important are security patches and updates

Security vulnerabilities are increasing and just not so long before, we had to deal with so many of…

An analysis of an MS office document exploiting a zero-day flash player vulnerability (CVE-2018-4878)

Important update! Adobe Systems released a critical security update on 6.02.2017 to fix the vulnerability discussed in this…

How to detect and remove the bitcoin miner malware

This article aims to help you detect and remove the newly emerged fileless bitcoin miner malware and protect…

How Web Filtering secures your digital world

What is web filtering? Web filtering, also known as content filtering and URL filtering, restricts access to certain…

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What do we need to know about the CPU vulnerabilities Meltdown and Spectre?

What exactly is a vulnerability? A security vulnerability (also known as a security hole) is a security flaw…

Fake WhatsApp Apps on Google Play – an analysis by Quick Heal Security Labs

A couple of fake WhatsApp apps found their way into the Google Play Store. These apps’ pages ,…

Another Ransomware Outbreak! This time it’s Bad Rabbit

The recent Bad Rabbit ransomware outbreak is currently making headlines. This post outlines the analysis of the ransomware…

A fileless malware uses a unique technique – an analysis by Quick Heal Security Labs

Spam email campaigns have increased with the use of multiple random techniques which improve the efficiency of payload…

Malspam Campaign using CVE-2017-0199 Targets Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, and other important Industries

Quick Heal Security Labs has come across various email campaigns that are actively exploiting the famous vulnerability CVE-2017-0199…