Our ransomware knowledgebase gives you more technical details on each strain like attack vectors, how they work, whether or not there is a known free decryptor, and much more. Criminal malware like ransomware continues to grow at an explosive rate, and employees need to be given effective security awareness training so that they know before they click:
We have a separate page with more details about ransomware, an infographic with the results of a survey over 300+ system administrators about their experience with ransomware, links to related topics on our blog, and the history and evolution of ransomware. Also, it has also sections about removal instructions and prevention.
Buying Bitcoins to pay ransom can be a challenge, especially when you are under the gun of a deadline. There is a large amount of data on the net about e-currencies also known as crypto-currencies. We have done our homework because desperate people call us up needing Bitcoins to pay a ransom now. We find that www.coinbase.com is a reputable place to get Bitcoin, if you have 4 days to spare. This lag is pretty common and a major hurdle if you need to pay ransom before a certain date after you have exhausted all other options. In emergencies, you can call us, and we will pay the Bitcoin for you, and charge your credit card for the same amount. Using a bitcoin broker site like www.localbitcoins.com will allow you to connect up with a local seller and filter by payment types. This may be your best bet in terms of obtaining Bitcoins the fastest.
This free manual is packed with actionable info that you need to prevent infections, and what to do when you are hit with ransomware. You will also receive a Ransomware Attack Response Checklist and Ransomware Prevention Checklist. You will learn more about:
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