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Essential cyber safety tips every woman should follow

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 March 8, 2019

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There is less doubt that women are more social, expressive and vocal as compared to men and what better means to enjoy such freedom of expression than social media. Reports suggest that over 76% of social media users are women; either looking to make connections, initiate discussions on women-specific topics...

This Valentine fall for true love not for fake online dating apps

 February 14, 2019

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Valentine Day is that special time of the year when people are busy celebrating the essence of love. However, on the darker side, it is also a time when cyber criminals are looking to cash on your hunt for the love of your life. So, just in case you are...

Sophisticated Ransomware : “Katyusha”

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 December 14, 2018

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For several months, Quick Heal Security Labs has been observing an increase in ransomware, we have found one more interesting ransomware which encrypts files and adds extension “.katyusha” and demands for an amount of 0.5 btc within three days and threatens to release the data to public download if the ransom is not...

Have You Received A Call To Replace Your Stripe-Only Card With EMV Chip Card Yet?

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 September 25, 2018

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In case you have received a reminder from your bank asking you to replace your stripe-only card with an EMV chip card and you have no idea why this change is being implemented, then you are at the right place. As per recent instructions received from the Reserve Bank of...

An analysis of the Dharma ransomware outbreak by Quick Heal Security Labs

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 May 2, 2018

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On April 25, 2018, Quick Heal Security Labs issued an advisory on a new ransomware outbreak. We are observing a sudden spike of Dharma Ransomware. Even though Dharma ransomware is old, we observed its new variant which is encrypting files and appending the “.arrow” extension to it. Previously the encrypted...

5 cybersecurity tips for safe online shopping this holiday season

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 December 18, 2017

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By now, most of you must have started getting emails and messages about great deals and discounts from your online shopping websites. And while most of us get preoccupied with our shopping spree, cyber criminals will try to make the most of this opportunity. How? Well, that’s easy. They might...

Imgur security breach: If you use Imgur, then change your password immediately!

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 November 27, 2017

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Popular image-sharing site Imgur has issued a notification through its official blog about a security breach that impacted 1.7 million users. This breach had occurred back in 2014. The company learned about this from security researcher Troy Hunt. What was compromised in the Imgur security breach? Data of 1.7 million Imgur...

5 common password mistakes and tips for creating stronger passwords

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 November 10, 2017
Common Password Mistakes

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While technology has leaped from earth to the extraterrestrial, we have not given up on our habit of taking passwords casually. In this post, we have outlined some of the most common password mistakes that people make and some really simple tips for creating better, stronger, and secure passwords. 5...