Before we take yet another step into the New Year, let’s quickly look back at the top 10 cybersecurity stories of 2016.
In Jan 2016, a scam was afoot on Facebook. This scam was tricking users into taking an IQ test and when someone took this test, they were scammed when they reached the last question. Know how by reading the complete story here: bit.ly/iQScam
In this post, we had listed some basic security tips users can take to secure their Instagram account. Read these tips here > https://bit.ly/1PNSSye
The Google Play Store has always been in the news for being infested with fake and malicious apps. And that is why we should exercise caution while downloading any app on our mobile phones. This post gives you some easy tips on identifying fake apps in the Google Play Store > https://bit.ly/2hE6p5R
Ransomware can lock your computer or encrypt your data to force you into paying money – it’s easily the most dangerous malware family of the present time. In this post, we have listed some useful tips on how you can prevent ransomware from locking your PC > https://bit.ly/1UyFe96
Phishing is a technique scammers use to trick you into revealing sensitive information such as your personal and bank details. This infographic explains the basic characteristics of a phishing attack > https://bit.ly/257T4Cy
Quick Heal uses multilayered security features that help stop a ransomware attack on your computer and the data stored in it. This infographic explains how > https://bit.ly/1qpz7ai
Derived from ‘malicious advertising’, malvertising is defined as the practice of infecting computers by using online ads and various types of malware. This post explains this in detail > https://bit.ly/28MO91O
A computer is one of the doors that open to the world of technology. And to keep this door in top condition, we had listed 7 useful computer security tips. Read them here > https://bit.ly/1OjIJZF
This infographic explains the dangers of SMS spam. Read more > https://bit.ly/2bb4vVk
The more you know about a threat, the more prepared you can be against it. Read these important facts about ransomware here > https://bit.ly/2aTI2d0
Here’s hoping that 2017 brings peace, vigor, prosperity, and happiness for all of us. We wish everyone a Happy New Year! Stay safe.
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