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Threat reports are collated after intensive research by our Threat Research and Response Team. They provide an overview and analysis of threat activity reported from Quick Heal installations all over the world.
Quick Heal Annual Threat Report 2020
Our Annual Threat Report provides deep insight into the threat landscape of 2019 and significant predictions made for 2020.
Seqrite Predictions 2020: Cyberthreats
Fresh off the press: The highly anticipated Seqrite Cybersecurity Predictions Report for the year 2020.
Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report, Q1 2020
Quick Heal Security Labs detected 203 million Windows Malware in the first quarter of 2020. Discover more insights about the threat landscape in this report.
This section is dedicated to papers that are based on experiments and practice of germane issues regarding security. Some of these papers have been presented at International security seminars and technical conferences. The range of papers are aimed at system administrators, security specialists or academicians interested in understanding the issues.
The Complete story of EMOTET
Emotet started as a banking trojan but this paper will shed light on how it has also become a "threat distributor". We will also discuss server-side and client-side activity and how it spreads.
EternalBlue - A Prominent Threat Actor of 2017-2018
This Technical paper outlines the usage of the Fuzzbunch exploit framework, details of MS17-010 patch, and insights into the EternalBlue exploit and DoublePulsar payload.
Automated Malware (mis)Classification and Challenges
This paper talks about Quick Heal’s study regarding Anti-Malware and Automated Malware Classification. It also discusses the preventive measures against Automated Malware.