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    Posted: 05 Mar 2019 at 4:06am
Ransomware is a serious issue that is haunting computer users all over the world. Ransomware blocks a user to access a computer and its files. All files are encrypted and to get back the files in readable form, appropriate amount of money need to be paid. WannaCry is one of the most popular ransomware attacks. More than 60 million computer users globally experienced the threat. Universities, financial institutions and corporates were the victims. 

Ransomware gets inside a computer device through multiple mediums:

1. Phishing Emails

Emails having suspicious attachments are one of the major reasons of getting ransomware in computer device.

2. Exploit Kits

Unlike phishing emails, no need of clicking emails or file attached is required in the exploit kits to spread out ransomware. Exploit kits allow ransomware to harm computer users by the means of a website that they’ve compromised.

There are other mediums also by which ransomware gets on a computer device. In order to block these ransomwares from getting inside the computer device, proper mechanism needs to be followed.

defencebyte Anti-Ransomware is a robust product that can block the ransomware attack from getting inside the computer device. It is a quality product having innovative features that are very crucial when connected to internet.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote GAN1957 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Mar 2019 at 4:37am
Geez dude give it a break.

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Lets see if we can get you banned for advertising a product here.
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Ransomware is a malicious software that seeks to encrypt files and hold them for ransom. Users must pay the hackers to regain access to files like picture, videos or important documents. In different antivirus, the Ransomware Remediation feature identifies whenever a new ransomware attempts to encrypt files and will automatically create a backup of targeted files that will be restored after the malware is blocked. These products will block all processes involved in the attack and start remediation, while also notifying the user.
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Hey dude, here's a great anti-ransomware guide for Mac users: https://www.macupdate.com/best-picks/mac-ransomware 
If you're on PC, it still will be helpful.
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