Blog
Sushmita Kalashikar

About Sushmita Kalashikar

Sushmita is the content strategist for Quick Heal, with a passion for creative and technical writing. She is also a published author on Amazon.

Webcam Protection – protect your privacy from getting hacked!

 July 19, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Imagine a day when you open your inbox and there’s this one mail containing obscene pics of you flashing on the screen. Right below is a message asking you to pay a hefty ransom to prevent your pics from getting shared with all your accounts. The thought itself is enough...

What makes Quick Heal’s Next Generation Suite of Features a SMART choice to protect your privacy?

 May 29, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

The cyber threat landscape is evolving every second, with thousands of new potential threats being detected every single day. With people becoming more and more conscious about their privacy and private data, such evolving threats can have a significant impact on the personal and financial life of people. In order...

Quick Heal supports the Windows 10 May 2019 Update

 May 22, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

As part of the Windows 10 Updates, Microsoft has now come up with a new update for Windows 10 PCs. It’s called Windows 10 19H1 (Windows 10 May 2019 Update). This post lists down some of the highlights of this particular update and Quick Heal’s compatibility with the OS. Highlights...

What is Emotet?

 May 22, 2019

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

Emotet malware was first identified in 2014 as Banking trojan. Emotet has evolved from banking trojan to threat distributor till now. It has hit many organizations very badly in 2018 with its functionalities like spamming and spreading. Further with its widespread rich/existence at many organizations, it became threat distributor. Since...

CVE-2019-0708 – A Critical “Wormable” Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Windows RDP

 May 17, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

This is an important security advisory related to a recently patched Critical remote code execution vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop Service (RDP). The vulnerability is identified as “CVE-2019-0708 – Remote Desktop Services Remote Code Execution Vulnerability”. MSRC blog mentions This vulnerability is pre-authentication and requires no user interaction. In other...

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

 April 18, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

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

  • 4
    Shares
 April 16, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

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...

This summer vacation let your kids explore the internet with safety of parental control

  • 28
    Shares
 April 5, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

At a time when toddlers can be seen playing around with tabs and teens are living in a virtual world of communication, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that today’s parents are raising a completely new and advanced breed of kids!! Not to be left behind are the schools that...

3059 android malware detected per day in 2018 – Are you still counting on free android antivirus for protection?

 March 22, 2019

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

The incidents of cyber-attacks on smartphones, especially those working on the popular Android operating system, have been on a constant rise. However, a major reason people still continue to go in for android smartphones, is the fact that these are mostly cheap to buy. However, the year 2018 ended with...