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A new ransom-miner malware campaign emerging in wild!

 July 10, 2018

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes

Since the past few weeks, Quick Heal Security Labs has been observing a series of interesting malware blocked at our customer end. The further analysis of the malware ‘t.exe’ revealed that the malware seems to be Trojan dropper. Interestingly, this multipurpose malware is downloading a ransomware component, a crypto-mining malware...

Beware! The TrickBot Trojan is back

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 June 16, 2017

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

TrickBot Trojan was first identified in mid-2016 and considered similar to the Dyreza banking Trojan. Initially, the payload (the component of a computer virus that executes a malicious activity) was spreading through a malvertising campaign using the Rig Exploit Kit. From our current findings, we have found that TrickBot has...

CertLock Trojan can disable your antivirus software

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 June 13, 2017

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

An antivirus software keeps your computer safe from malware, viruses, online threats, and suspicious or harmful elements. Although bypassing this protective guard is a difficult task for attackers, they never stop trying to do so. Recently, we came across a malware that is designed to interfere with the infected system’s...

Report: The Dridex Trojan is Back

 March 25, 2016

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

“Dridex”, also known as ‘Buget’, is the successor of “Cridex”, a banking Trojan created for stealing victim credentials. After its takedown by the US Government in late 2015, the malware has come up with new versions and techniques. This report aims to provide detailed insights into the infection vector of...

Beware of World Cup 2014 Online Streaming Services

 June 30, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Early this month, we had warned our readers about various FIFA World Cup scams. And as the football fever is rising frantically, hackers are now using fake online streaming services as the ultimate bait to trick fans into installing adware, spyware, Trojans and other malware on their devices. While many...

HelloBridge Trojan Misuses Panic Created by Heartbleed

 May 5, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

While the Heartbleed security bug affected thousands of web services worldwide and exposed millions of passwords online, the hype around the bug has subsided over the last couple of weeks. It is still not known how many people have actually heeded the warnings and changed their passwords. However, most major...

Dear Departed XP Still Getting Security Updates and Other IT Security News

 May 3, 2014

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Looks like XP is still the hot talk of the town, even after it was pulled out of support last month. In the wake of a nasty security bug in IE which could let hackers completely zombify a user’s machine, Microsoft released a quick security patch. But the interesting news...

Android Malware on the Loose – Android.Hehe.A

 April 1, 2014

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

The name of this malware may sound funny, but what it can do to your mobile, may not be so. Here’s a quick overview of the Android malware called Android.Hehe.A What is it? Android.Hehe.A is a Trojan horse designed to infect Android devices.   How does it look? Once installed...

Latest Mac malware on the rise, hides in networked printer directory

 February 20, 2013

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A new variant of Mac malware has been discovered and it is beginning to spread to Apple Macs through the networked printer file directory. The malware is a kind of ‘Backdoor Trojan’ and some sources have named this Trojan ‘Pintsized’. Apple Mac OS X is afflicted by this malware but...