How do companies regardless of size and industry prepare for ransomware attacks? A recent study revealed that businesses are considering saving up Bitcoins, just in case they get hit by these threats and can recover their confidential files in a short span of time. While we don’t recommend succumbing to the ransom payment as it doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get your files back plus you’ll be prone to more ransomware attacks, we can’t also blame these large organizations and businesses for doing so.Read More
How do you know that something has become very popular? Simple – when poorly-made knockoff versions start to hit the marketplace. Ransomware, it seems, has hit that point.
The writers behind the new ZCRYPT ransomware family have either scrapped support for Windows XP, or did a sloppy job in creating it. This new family only targets systems with newer versions of Windows, specifically Windows 7 and later. Is ZCRYPT deliberately cutting of older operating systems, or is it just poorly-written malware?Read More