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Ransomware Alert! Follow these steps to secure your system against an ongoing ransomware attack

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 April 25, 2018

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Quick Heal has detected an ongoing ransomware attack. This post outlines the important steps you must take to protect your computer(s) against this threat. What to do to stay safe from the attack? Most of the steps mentioned below are technical in nature. If you need any assistance, please call...

The Remote Desktop Protocol Vulnerability – ‘CVE-2012-0002’ is not dead yet!

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 December 13, 2016

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On March 13, 2012, Microsoft disclosed the details of a ‘critical vulnerability’ called Remote Desktop Protocol Vulnerability – CVE-2012-0002 in its bulletin. And even four years after this vulnerability was patched, it is still being exploited in the wild by attackers to carry out ‘Remote Code Execution’ on their victims...

How does a hacker crack encrypted password databases?

 December 10, 2012

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We recently published a post about the inherent dangers of passwords and how they are increasingly vulnerable thanks to user negligence. With so much data being safeguarded by elemental passwords, the need for a refined security layer is imperative. However, a common question we received was about how attackers actually...