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  • Cryptomining Could Bests Ransomware as Largest Security Threat

    Cryptomining Could Bests Ransomware as Largest Security Threat

    Malwarebytes reports there have been 80,000 spyware detections between January and March of 2018, representing a significant security threat for companies who are trying to protect their data. While spyware continues to be a digital thorn in the side of organizations’ security, there seems to be a new player who might overtake ransomware as the […]

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    Researchers find ransomware can infect and control robots

    Researchers find ransomware can infect and control robots

    If hacking into your emails isn’t bad enough, your company’s robotics could go plum loco under robot ransomware. Security researchers with IOActive discovered vulnerabilities with two different robots. In each instance, the ransomware stopped robots from their work tasks, commanded them to make inappropriate comments or asked them to conduct violent tasks. In essence, it’s […]

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    HC6 Ransomware decryption: All you need to know about this malware

    The HC6 Ransomware was recently discovered and typically requires victims to pay ransoms of up to $2500 before their files can be decrypted. It is commonly called the .fucku ransomware or virus because it renames files to end with the .fucku extension after a system is infected and files are encrypted. This malware was first […]

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    Samsung SSD Data Recovery

    Samsung SSD Data Recovery Solid state drives are popularly known due to their reliability and speed. Unlike the regular hard drive, solid state drives have fewer moving parts and as such are seen as less prone to damage. However, these beliefs have been debunked by an article on Tom’s hardware that shows that SSD drives […]

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