No More Ransom, so is the Ransomware Threat.
Launched less than a year ago, the No More Ransom (NMR) project has increased its capacity with new partners and new decryption tools added to its now global campaign to combat Ransomware.
Started as a joint initiative by Europol, the Dutch National Police, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab, No More Ransom is an anti-ransomware cross-industry
Ransomware has been around for a few years, but in last two years, it has become an albatross around everyone’s neck, targeting businesses, hospitals, financial institutions and personal computers worldwide and extorting millions of dollars.
Ransomware is a type of malware that infects computers and encrypts their content with strong encryption algorithms, and then demands a ransom to decrypt
What’s the worst that could happen when a Ransomware hits a Hotel?
Recently, hundreds of guests of a luxurious hotel in Austria were locked in or out of their rooms when ransomware hit the hotel’s IT system, and the hotel had no choice left except paying the attackers.
Today, we are living in a digital age that is creating a digital headache for people and organizations around the world with
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
Is your PC infected with Ransomware? Either pay the ransom amount to the attacker or spread the infection further to get the decryption keys.
Yes, this new technique has been employed by cyber criminals with the latest round of ransomware threat, dubbed Popcorn Time.
Initially discovered by MalwareHunterTeam, the new Popcorn Time Ransomware has been designed to give the victim’s a criminal
Nothing is immune to being hacked when hackers are motivated.
The same proved by hackers on Friday, when more than 2,000 computer systems at San Francisco’s public transit agency were apparently got hacked.
San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency, also known as MUNI, offered free rides on November 26th after MUNI station payment systems and schedule monitors got hacked by ransomware
Do you own a Smartwatch, Smart TV, Smart fridge, or any Internet-connected smart device?
If your answer is yes, then you need to know the latest interest of the cyber criminals in the field of Internet of Things.
After targeting hospitals, universities, and businesses, Ransomware has started popping up on Smart TV screens.
A new version of the Frantic Locker (better known as
Here’s some good news for victims who are trying to unlock and remove TeslaCrypt ransomware.
Now, you can decrypt all your important files that have been encrypted by TeslaCrypt ransomware.
So, stop Googling about How to decrypt TeslaCrypt Ransomware encrypted files, as the malware authors themselves provided the solution to your problem.
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Since its launch in March last year,
Ransomware has become an albatross around the neck, targeting businesses, hospitals, and personal computers worldwide and extorting Millions of Dollars.
Typical Ransomware targets victim’s computer encrypts files on it, and then demands a ransom — typically about $500 in Bitcoin — in exchange for a key that will decrypt the files.
Guess what could be the next target of ransomware malware?
Just last week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued an urgent “Flash” message to the businesses and organisations about the threat of Samsam Ransomware, but the ransomware has already wreaked havoc on some critical infrastructure.
MedStar, a non-profit group that runs 10 hospitals in the Baltimore and Washington area, was attacked with Samsam, also known as Samas and MSIL,