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What is Emotet?

 May 22, 2019

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Emotet malware was first identified in 2014 as Banking trojan. Emotet has evolved from banking trojan to threat distributor till now. It has hit many organizations very badly in 2018 with its functionalities like spamming and spreading. Further with its widespread rich/existence at many organizations, it became threat distributor. Since...

CVE-2019-0708 – A Critical “Wormable” Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Windows RDP

 May 17, 2019

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This is an important security advisory related to a recently patched Critical remote code execution vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop Service (RDP). The vulnerability is identified as “CVE-2019-0708 – Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability”. MSRC blog mentions This vulnerability is pre-authentication and requires no user interaction. In other...

3 essential ways to strengthen your business data security

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 February 5, 2019

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For any business big or small, business data is an asset that they cannot afford to compromise at any cost. With a huge amount of data, from employee details to the credit card details of customers, stored in the form of vulnerable electronic records, the loss of even a single...

Drone Safety – Flying Tips, Policies & Regulations

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 January 15, 2019

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Drones Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)/ Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) commonly known as drones/ UAV are unmanned aerial vehicle without a human pilot aboard. The potential of drones is starting to be realized and it is making a big impact. They can take on complex tasks and reduce costs minimizing...

Beware! Your website might be delivering Emotet malware

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 December 29, 2018

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In 2018, we saw a surge in Emotet activity. Emotet started as a banking trojan but this blog will shed light on how it has also become a “threat distributor”. We will also discuss server-side and client-side activity and how it spreads. Its self-propagation makes it all the more challenging...

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...

CVE-2018-15982- Adobe Flash Player use after free (Zero Day) vulnerability alert!

 December 6, 2018

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The recent zero-day vulnerability CVE-2018-15982 in Adobe Flash Player enables attackers to perform a Remote Code Execution on targeted machines. Adobe has released a security advisory APSB18-42 on December 5, 2018 to address this issue. According to Adobe, the in-wild exploit is being used in targeted attacks. Vulnerable Versions Adobe...

Ransomware attacks through Remote Access are on rise. Secure your system now!!

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 October 26, 2018

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Once again ransomware attacks are on the rise and this can leave your systems vulnerable to critical data loss and breach. In fact, the recent outbreak of ransomware allows cyber criminals to easily gain access to your computer through Remote Desktop using brute-force technique, which is capable of cracking weak...

50 Million Facebook Accounts Hacked – Time to act before it’s too late!

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 October 1, 2018

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The afternoon of September 28th 2018 brought in a wave of shock for 50 million Facebook users, when they found themselves logged out of Facebook!! In one of the worst data breach attacks in the history of Facebook, over 90 million users on Friday afternoon, were forced to log out...

CVE-2018-4990 – Adobe Reader Double Free (Zero Day) vulnerability alert!

 May 16, 2018

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The recent zero-day vulnerability CVE-2018-4990 in Adobe Reader enables attackers to perform a Remote Code Execution on targeted machines. Adobe has released a security advisory APSB18-09 on May 14, 2018 to address this issue. According to Adobe, the in-wild attack is targeted and it impacts limited Windows users. Vulnerable versions...