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Massive Cyber Attack Threatens End Users, Again

Posted by Jay Kelley on Jun 28, 2017

Another week, another massive cyber attack hits the world. Since the Wikileaks share, powerful new hacking tools are readily available to anyone in the world. This will not be the last attack leveraging these newly available weapons.

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Tags: cybersecurity, isolation, ransomware, security strategy, anti-phishing, bitcoin, cyber threats, cyber attacks, remote browsers, WannaCrypt, GoldenEye

Ransomware: Let’s End It

Posted by Greg Maudsley on Jun 22, 2017

The world could rid itself of ransomware overnight if we, as a society, could collectively agree to stop paying ransom. If there was a 100% certainty that they would not get paid, attackers would simply shift their attention elsewhere. But the fact of the matter is people do pay criminals to release their critical data. According to a new survey, 52% would pay up if their computer were taken hostage by ransomware. Why is this?

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Tags: ransomware, cyber theft, bitcoin, cyber threats, bitcoins, browser-based attacks

Yes Muni, You Can Limit Ransomware Attacks

Posted by Peter Lunk on Dec 1, 2016

The San Francisco Bay Area was enjoying a US Thanksgiving holiday weekend when ransomware hit its municipal transportation agency, locally known as Muni. Over 900 office computers were affected, with Muni data locked up as the hacker demanded 100 bitcoins, or roughly $73,000, which the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) never considered paying, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

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Tags: malware, cybersecurity, isolation, ransomware, cyber theft, anti-phishing, San Francisco, bitcoin, Muni, remote browsing

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