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A massive security flaw discovered in Skype. Fix not coming anytime soon.

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 February 14, 2018

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Quick Heal Security Labs has recently learned about a serious vulnerability in Skype’s update installer – that’s the bad news. The worse news is, Microsoft is not going to patch the vulnerability anytime soon as this would require the updater to go through a ‘large code revision’. What is this...

Cybersecurity Predictions: What to expect in 2018

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 December 26, 2017
Cybersecurity prediction for 2018

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Get ready! 2018 is going to be much worse for cybersecurity than what it was for 2017. Before we get on with the cybersecurity predictions for 2018, let’s take a quick flashback of 2017 2017 was riddled with cybersecurity mayhem: WannaCry – the biggest ransomware attack in history; took down...

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

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 August 31, 2017

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Quick Heal Security Labs has come across various email campaigns that are actively exploiting the famous vulnerability CVE-2017-0199 in their bid to target prominent private industries in India. CVE-2017-0199 was a zero-day vulnerability reported in April 2017 by two different security firms. Almost all of the MS Office versions were...

5 Things that Show you’re Sharing too Much Information Online

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 September 21, 2016

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It’s easier for predatory animals (lions, wolves, bears, hawks, etc.) to hunt their preys on open grounds with fewer or no places to hide. And this scenario is no different for us when we are online. The moment we get on the Internet, we place ourselves on a hunting patch...

Ransomware Getting Delivered Using Script Files

 August 16, 2016

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The ransomware threat has significantly grown over time. Each day, a new variant gets added to the ransomware family. Malware are usually delivered through exploit kits and spam emails. Speaking of spam emails, they are either loaded with malicious document files installing the malware or malware directly inside a ZIP...

Cyber Security Challenges and Emerging Reforms in the Indian Banking Sector

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 June 1, 2016

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The Indian banking industry has evolved majorly in the past few years owing to technological innovations. Public and privatized banks are allotting bigger budgets towards acquiring and building IT infrastructure and have leveraged IT across all banking operations. Banks constantly face the business challenge of meeting customers’ expectations and improvising...

Quick Heal: A “Make in India” Brand Recognized and Awarded at RSA 2016

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 March 3, 2016

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We’re honored to announce that ICSA Labs has named Quick Heal a 2016 Excellence in Information Security Testing Award recipient. ICSA Labs recognized Quick Heal for successful completion of five years of continuous ICSA Labs information security testing. The Excellence in Information Security Testing (EIST) Award honors organizations that have continually tested...

Quick Heal Debuts at RSA 2016, San Francisco, USA

 February 26, 2016

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Widely recognized as the world’s largest information security event, the RSA Conference takes place in San Francisco each year to bring together the brightest minds and the most advanced technologies in our industry. All of us at Quick Heal are very excited to participate in the 2016 conference, which takes...

Security Habits to Break and Make in 2016

 January 5, 2016

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Here we are in a New Year with all new resolutions and promises. While we keep some, we often tend to break many. Quick Heal will always advise you to work on your promises. Every year, Quick Heal promises to come up with better and updated versions of security solutions...