GET IT FREE NOW
The One Stop Shop for Blog Posts on
How Can Ransomware Spread?
Many years ago, in 1989, precisely—a seminar organized by the world health organization witnessed attendees’ data restricted after using an AIDS guide diskette on their...
Where Does Ransomware Come from?
Wondering where ransomware comes from is akin to asking the origin of computer malware. Virtually all computer programs are developed with codes based on several...
What is a Ransomware Cyber Attack?
Did you know that small businesses in the United States lose up to 75 billion dollars annually to ransomware cyber-attacks? This is according to a...
Ransomware Security Tips
So you're wondering if ransomware can be prevented, right? Of course, there are various ways to avoid ransomware attacks, and that's what you're going to...
Latest Ransomware Information
The first ransomware attack occurred in 1989—this attack targeted a group of health workers that attended a seminar organized by the world health organization. The...
Is Ransomware a Virus or Malware?
If you're reading this, it's safe to assume you have trouble understanding what ransomware is—and are wondering whether it's a virus or malware. Is ransomware...
How Does Ransomware Work?
Ever heard of a malware attack that encrypts data and locks the computer user/owner out? That is how ransomware works. It denies you access to...
How Does a Ransomware Attack Work?
As a type of malware, ransomware attacks work like every other malware—targeting users’ computer users’ data. However, other famous malware such as Trojans, worms, and...
Does Ransomware Hold a User’s Files for Ransom by Encrypting Them?
As a type of malware, ransomware doesn't corrupt or damage your data as other malware does. If you're wondering if ransomware holds a user's files...
Page 1 of 20
Start Protecting Your Endpoints With 30-Day FREE Trial