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Emotet Trojan is back as the world unlocks

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

A threat actor named Emotet Trojan has been in the wild for more than 5 years, and now it is back after a 5 months break. It has spread globally, infecting new as well as old targets. It is re-launched with multiple Malspam Campaigns to distribute in all sectors. We...

INFOGRAPHIC: How Quick Heal helps you fight the Ransomware Menace

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 April 4, 2016

Estimated reading time: 1 minute

Since its invention, ransomware has been one of the biggest banes in the computer security world. It may have started as any other malware, but the way it has evolved only shows that malware authors do not take respite from their work. As technology grew and advancements came into economics,...

How to Survive the End of Windows XP and Safeguard your PC

 March 24, 2014

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

And the 12-year old legend is finally nearing its end. Until 2011, XP was ruling with a mammoth market share of 43.29%. And despite being a retro OS, XP still stands out as the second most popular operating system; presently, having a market share of 29.53%. That roughly equals to...

The End is Near for Windows XP. Is Your Business Prepared?

 March 13, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

When Windows XP was first released in October 2001, the Apple iPod was just 2 days old and Wikipedia had only been around for a few months. But now, there is less than a month to go for Microsoft to pull the plug on Windows XP with the impending deadline...

Quick Heal Advanced Behavior Based Malware Detection System

 January 7, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

In an earlier post, we had shared some quick facts about the new and improved Quick Heal 2014 product series; particularly about its Advanced DNAScan technology. In this post, we will understand how this technology works. Gone are the days when malware were a mere recreation or whims of computer...