QUARTERLY THREAT REPORT Q2-2019

July 30, 2019

The second quarter of 2019 had comparatively lesser detections of around 242 million Windows malware as compared to Q1 of 2019. The quarter started on a high note with April clocking the highest detection of 82 Million windows malware. On a daily basis, Quick Heal detected around 2.5 Million malware including 10K Ransomware, 0.2 Million exploits, 0.2 Million PUA and Adware and 35K Cryptojacking malware.

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