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.
The Ryuk Ransomware has struck again – and this time at the print media. The malware has struck several Tribune Publishing newspapers and halted production.
The latest ransomware to hit the scene, “Ryuk”, has already raked in $4 million from victims. And unlike other ransomware, it only goes after wealthy victims.
Don’t panic! Just because you’ve received a ransomware alert on your screen or in your inbox, it doesn’t mean you’re infected. Here’s how to spot the fakes.
Infected by GandCrab ransomware? A free decryption tool has now been released, allowing you to slip free from its pincers.
What do you get when you combine a sex-fixated Harvard doctor and a meeting of a World Health Organization in 1989? The world’s first ransomware strain.
A Scottish brewery is drowning its sorrows in the wake of a devastating ransom attack in which it was hit up for £9,600 to get its data back.
A mystery ransomware strain recently crippled one of the world’s largest shipping companies by shutting down American communications.
Usually, a ransomware infection is a good reason to panic. But if you’re hit by this sloppily made ransomware, you can ‘shrug’ it off with ease.
Building an anti-ransomware strategy for your business? Here’s some easy pointers on what to do (and not to do) when it comes to ransomware.
How much ransomware protection do you need? This article answers exactly how many safeguards you need to make your servers untouchable.
You’ve heard of ransomware. But did you know it can do a lot more than just encrypt your files? Here’s how bad it can really get.