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Quick Heal Total Security certified as Top Product by AV-TEST

 August 7, 2020

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

AV-TEST Product Review and Certification Report for May-June 2020 has recognized Quick Heal Total Security as a Top product for Windows with an outstanding rating of 17.5/18 in its latest evaluation. View results. The AV-Test is an independent research institute for IT security from Germany that evaluates and rates antivirus...

Do antivirus software impact gaming performance?

 August 4, 2020

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Are you an avid gamer? Even if you are not one, you will agree to the common notion that antivirus software affects the performance of computer games. It is a known fact now that gamers share a complicated relationship with anti-virus software. Most gamers try to stay clear of antivirus...

Is your router exposed to cyber threats? Here’s how to safeguard it

 July 23, 2020

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

Given that a large number of people use a router to connect to the web, chances are that maybe you using a router at home to access the Internet. While you must be aware of a host of cybersecurity threats that you are exposed to while you browse the Internet,...

Are you being tracked by websites you visit?

 July 17, 2020

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

You’re bored during the lockdown. To pass the time, you create an imaginary itinerary to Italy. After a couple of hours of merrily choosing the best places in Rome and Milan to see, you turn off the website and go back to your work. But then, you notice something strange....

New malware via gaming portals may affect thousands of personal computers

 July 2, 2020

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Gamers beware. A report by Chinese cybersecurity researchers recently discovered a malicious botnet campaign that infected hundreds of thousands of systems. This botnet campaign was spread through malware via pirate gaming portals. The attack has been traced back to a China-based cybercrime group called DoubleGun which has amassed thousands of...

Poulight- An info-stealing trojan might be teaching you how to play Minecraft

 June 22, 2020

Estimated reading time: 7 minutes

Poulight is an info-stealer trojan which most probably originated in Russia. It is written in the .NET and can collect sensitive information and deliver it to cybercriminals. Ever since its first appearance, it has been growing substantially and taking different forms. The main Infection vector remains spear-phishing emails. It was...

Malicious bots targeting e-commerce and travel websites – A perceivable threat

 June 15, 2020

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

Malicious bots are becoming a major threat on the Internet. A recent survey suggested that attacks on applications, APIs, and mobile sites are on the rise. The top four industries that were attacked by malicious bots last year were e-commerce, travel, media, and online marketplaces, according to a report. Let...

Eventbot malware – all you need to know about this new mobile banking Trojan

 June 5, 2020

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Eventbot- a new mobile banking Trojan is making the rounds on the Internet, posing threats to online mobile banking apps for Android users. The Government of India’s cybersecurity arm Cert-In has already raised an alarm about this malware and advised security agencies to be alert about its projected spread in...

Can your mobile phone be hacked by implanting bugs in Android?

 May 27, 2020

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

If you’re among the many who own an Android phone, you must have by now downloaded the popular operating system’s latest security update (released on 5th May) by Google. The update fixes multiple vulnerabilities within the OS including CVE-2020-0103 which is the severest. This vulnerability could potentially allow remote code...