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Quick Heal Safe Banking – For Secure Online Banking and Shopping

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 December 3, 2014

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The Safe Banking feature of Quick Heal v16.00 ensures that your financial transactions on the Internet are safe from hackers and malware. Scroll down to know more about this security feature. While the Internet has made it convenient for us to shop, bank, and pay our bills online, it has...

The New and Improved Quick Heal 16.00 is Finally Here – What’s New

 November 24, 2014

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Keeping up with the tradition of serving our customers with salient new features every year, we are proud to announce that the new and improved Quick Heal 16.00 has now arrived. The famed R&D center at Quick Heal constantly strives to create new products that are aligned with the customer...

Alert! Beware of Fake Bank Phone Calls

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 September 10, 2014

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Over the last few weeks, many readers have shared their dreadful experiences on our blog about losing their money to fake bank phone calls. Scroll down to know how you can protect yourself from such scams. Contents: Real Case Scenario How you can Protect yourself from Such Phone Scams Phishing...

9 Netbanking Security Tips – Why you need not fear Netbanking

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 June 23, 2014

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Internet banking, or Netbanking, is fast, convenient and easy to use. Through this service one can now transfer money, pay bills, create a fixed deposit and do much more. There is no need to physically visit a bank and wait in a queue now as everything can be done with...

Is the End of Windows XP Support Putting ATMs at Risk?

 March 28, 2014

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The impending deadline of the discontinuation of Windows XP support by Microsoft (April 8, 2014) is fast approaching. Quick Heal has proactively warned retail users and enterprise users about the risks involved, but it is now time to understand a very different kind of threat associated with this approaching date....

Online Ad Campaigns Mimicking as the CryptoLocker

 March 10, 2014

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CryptoLocker is a recently discovered Windows malware that encrypts user data and makes it unusable. It demands the user for a certain amount of money (ransom) to decrypt the data. As of December, 2013, the creators of CryptoLocker were able to pull in $30 million in just 100 days. So,...

Most Popular IT Security Blog Posts of the Month

 February 14, 2014

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While the entire world is doused in love and mushy feelings on Valentine’s Day, cybercriminals are busy wrapping their evil plans. And in our ongoing effort to jeopardize all such plans, we are giving you a recap of some blog posts with the most insightful tips on online safety.  ...

Dos and Don’ts while entering your Debit Card PIN at Retail Outlets

 December 3, 2013

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From December 1st, 2013 onwards, the Reserve Bank of India has made it mandatory for debit card holders to use their ATM PIN for carrying out debit card transactions at any retail store. To put this system into place, all banks were instructed by the RBI to upgrade their Point...