What you’ll do if Ransomware infects you? Should you pay or not to recover your files?
Believe me, the FBI advises – Pay off the criminals to get your files back if you don’t have a backup.
But paying off a ransom to cyber criminals is definitely not a wise option because there is no guarantee that you’ll get the decryption key in return.
In the latest incident, the new variant of KillDisk
Ransomware is now a common practice for money-motivated cyber criminals. It’s basically a type of software written in any system-based programming language that has the ability to hijack victim’s computer, encrypts files and then ask for a ransom amount to get them back.
One such ransomware dubbed Linux.Encoder targets Linux-powered websites and servers by encrypting MySQL, Apache, and
Here’s New Year’s first Ransomware: Ransom32.
Ransom32 allows its operators to deploy the malware very quickly and easily. It has a dashboard that enables operators to designate their Bitcoin addresses to which