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5 ways to instantly detect a phishing email and save yourself from phishing attack

 April 18, 2019

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Phishing is a fraudulent activity to trick you into revealing your personal and confidential information. This information usually includes bank account details, net banking details, credit/debit card numbers, login ID and passwords. Every day, countless people become unsuspecting victims of phishing attacks. With cyber criminals adopting sophisticated modes of phishing...

PCs fail to boot up / Freeze after receiving Microsoft Windows 9-April-2019 updates and rebooting the PC

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 April 16, 2019

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Quick Heal and Seqrite users are reporting that PCs fails to boot up / Freeze after installing 9th April Windows Updates and Rebooting the system. Symptoms:  Users have Quick Heal or Seqrite product installed and running on their systems. The PCs fail to boot up / Freeze after installing Windows Updates of 9-April-2019 and Rebootingthe system. There are...

JCry – A Ransomware written in Golang!

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 April 9, 2019

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For several months, QH Labs has been observing an upswing in ransomware activity. We found a new ransomware which is written in Go lang. Malware authors are finding it easy to write ransomware in Go lang rather than traditional programming languages. Infection of Jcry ransomware starts with a compromised website. As...

Essential cyber safety tips every woman should follow

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 March 8, 2019

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There is less doubt that women are more social, expressive and vocal as compared to men and what better means to enjoy such freedom of expression than social media. Reports suggest that over 76% of social media users are women; either looking to make connections, initiate discussions on women-specific topics...

GandCrab Riding Emotet’s Bus!

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Emotet Known for constantly changing its payload and infection vectors like spam mail, Malicious Doc and even Malicious JS files. It compromised a very high number of websites on the internet. Emotet malware campaign has existed since 2014. It comes frequently in intervals with different techniques and variants to deliver malware...