2017 was supposed to be the year ransomware died or at least was put on life support.
A cybercriminal gang is putting a new, and somewhat confusing, spin on the classic tech support scam by infecting a computer with ransomware and then offering to fix the problem.
A new iteration of Cerber ransomware, v5.0.1, is taking a novel approach in its dissemination methods.
San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency was caught with a HDDCryptor Ransomware infection over the weekend, leaving the agency unable to sell tickets or charge customers for transport, unless they pay the hackers demands of 100 Bitcoin.
Automatic back-up feature protected Central Platte Natural Resources District computer system.