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Threat Reports

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 Quarterly Threat Report, Q2 2018

In Q2 2018, we detected more than 180 million Windows malware. Download the threat report to know what other threats we came across in the last three months.

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Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report, Q1 2018

The first quarter of 2018 witnessed some important and worrying trends in the cybersecurity landscape of Windows and Android. A careful analysis of these trends will help us understand what we can expect in the coming months of this year. Download this report to know more.

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Quick Heal Annual Threat Report 2018

The Quick Heal Annual Threat Report 2018 gives a detailed insight into how the cybersecurity landscape shaped up in 2017 and how it is going to be in 2018. This report has stories you don’t want to miss! Download it now.

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Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report Q3 2017

Quick Heal Security Labs detected 9 new ransomware families in Q3 2017 and over 199 million samples were detected on the systems of Quick Heal users. Download the full report to read these and other security insights in greater detail.

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Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report Q2 2017

Given the number of ransomware attacks that have happened so far, will 2017 be "The Year of the Ransomware"? Read more on this and other such important insights into the world of digital security from the Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report Q2 2017.

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Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report Q1 2017

In Q1 2017, Quick Heal detected over 295 million malware samples on Windows and more than 2 million samples on the Android platform. Download the full report to get detailed insights into the present threat scenario and what to expect in the coming months.

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Advanced Persistent Threat Annual Report 2015

The Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) report highlights the most notable APTs detected by the Quick Heal Labs in 2015. Targets ranged from Government and finance, to infrastructure organizations and the report discusses the common propagation methods and security recommendations.

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Advanced Targeted Attacks Set Sights on Philippines Financial Companies

The Quick Heal Threat Research Labs have observed several targeted attacks aimed towards private sector companies and financial institutions from the Philippines over the last few days. These attacks spread through spam emails which contain malicious executable files and attachments within them.

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'Golroted' malware uses web browser weakness to steal sensitive information
‘Golroted’ malware uses web browser weakness to steal sensitive information

At the Quick Heal Threat Research & Response Labs, we have been closely monitoring the ‘Golroted’ malware family since the last few months. This malware enables attackers to run multiple spam campaigns that make use of spear phishing emails. These malicious emails contain attachments of exploited Microsoft Office files or zip files of possible keyloggers.

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Quick Heal Quarterly Threat Report Q3 2014

The Q3 threat report lists out the top Windows and Android malware that were found dominant in this quarter. It also includes the upcoming malware trends that Netizens can expect in the coming days.

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