Even if it calls itself Goldeneye Ransomware, the behavior is exactly the same as Petya. And now we have the same message as before but changing the text “files” to “harddisks”.
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2016 witnessed the further spread of the disease we call ransomware. However, it’s not the only cyberthreat that service providers must face today.
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Your Google Play, Gmail, Google Photos, Google Docs, G Suite, Google Drive, and more apps aren’t secure anymore. Gooligan, a new malware infects your Android devices.
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Avira strikes again! Avira Antivirus Pro occupies the 1st place in the AV-Comparatives Performance Test in October 2016.
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Is it time for internet of thing (IoT) devices to get a ‘Good Housekeeping’ seal of approval?
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Those nasty ads didn’t even wait for the user to click on them.
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Insecure IoT devices come with a whopper of a price tag.
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… but don’t miss the forest for the trees! The latest Locky variant appropriates Nordic mythology with a vacuum-cleaner approach to encrypting victims’ files.
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Ransomware returns to its earlier hands-on approach.
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Locky ransomware goes on Stealth Autopilot – latest ransomware configuration encrypts files without communication or directions from Evil Overlords
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