When ransomware strikes, your backup should save you from paying the ransom. But can ransomware infect and corrupt your backup? The answer may surprise you.
BackupAssist® today announced the worldwide general availability launch of its CryptoSafeGuard™ ransomware protection feature
BackupAssist 10.1 is now available! With it, we introduce a powerful new feature designed to protect your backups from ransomware called CryptoSafeGuard.
Ransomware makers are cunning, exploitative, and deceptive. And that’s exactly why, if a ransomware message pops up on your screen, you should first take it with a grain of salt. One of the latest trends in 2017 is not to even infect your system with ransomware. Instead, cybercriminals will just tell you they’ve compromised your system, and
Ever heard of air gapping? It’s an important technique to keep your systems secure, and your files and folders free of malware. In other words, you should learn to do it, and implement it in your backup strategy immediately. Here’s why. What is Air Gapping? First, answer this. How do you remotely hack a computer
Remember how we predicted in 2017 that with law enforcement unable to do anything about ransomware, vigilantes would rise up to fill the void? Well, it’s already happened. Just two days ago, cyber-vigilantes took down 10,000 underground websites on the Dark Web. Many of these sites were black markets for weapons, drugs, illegal pornography, and downloading