Tag: Ransomware

Ransomware 2.0 Attacks in the Cloud: Deep Dive

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Ransomware in the Cloud: Deep Dive

Today’s threats are coming from many different sources. Businesses have long been worried about the threat of ransomware. However, a new breed of ransomware poses a threat to the next infrastructure landscape of your business – the cloud.

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OneDrive Ransomware and How to Protect Against It?

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OneDrive ransomware

Saving files to OneDrive is convenient and easy. That convenience, though, misleads uninformed users into thinking that OneDrive can be treated as their ransomware-proof backup.

OneDrive ransomware infection is a widespread problem nowadays—a new attack occurs approximately every 14 seconds. As one of the leading anti-ransomware solutions providers, we would like to share our view on this issue.

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Can Ransomware Infect Backups?

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How Ransomware Infects Backups and How to Avoid It

Ransomware threat continues to grow, and ransomware strains like Ryuk and Sodinokibi prove that even backups can be attacked and encrypted. 

Let’s find out when ransomware can infect backups and, more importantly, how to ensure backup data is safe from ransomware.

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Is Cloud Storage Safe From Ransomware?

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Is cloud storage safe from Ransomware?

Help! My screen shows a large red skull and says all of my files are locked! These are words that no system administrator or business leader wants to hear from anyone using a computer on their network.

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Sodinokibi Ransomware: Analysis and Protection

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Sodinokibi ransomware: definition and protection strategies

Sodinokibi ransomware has been known for some time, yet the attack on currency exchange Travelex brought this virus into the spotlight once again. Let’s find out more about Sodinokibi, how it works, and how to protect yourself from it.

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Ryuk Ransomware 2020: Definition and Protection Strategies  

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Ruyk Ransomware

The average ransomware demand continues to grow (up to $41,198 in Q3 2019, compared to $5,973 in the same period last year). One particular virus is to blame. We are talking about the Ruyk ransomware. This infamous malware shows: hackers are getting more serious than they have ever been before.

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