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Fake Windows 10 updates are being used to spread the Magniber ransomware strain, reports suggest. Ransomware continues to be a scourge for consumers and businesses alike, but Magniber mainly seems to be targeting students and other non-professional users, according to Bleeping Computer sources. Based on the Magnitude exploit kit, the strain first appeared in 2017 […]

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Ransomware is devastating. When critical files are infected and encrypted, a company may be forced to shut down – perhaps permanently. But ransomware can attack anyone – including decent, law-abiding citizens like you. An infection can be devastating, with precious memories and photographs along with important digital paperwork potentially lost forever. Unfortunately, ransomware is rapidly […]

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The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has confirmed that it is continuing to respond to an ongoing ransomware attack that has encrypted files, disrupted systems and seen 1.2 GB of data stolen by cybercriminals. SEPA says it was hit by ransomware at 00:01 on Christmas Eve, December 24 2020 – timing presumably chosen deliberately by […]

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