Ransomware is evolving like an uncontrolled virus. Don’t be the next victim! Here’s what you need to know about ransomware:
What is ransomware?
Ransomware is a subset of malware that isolates a victim’s data and then demands a payment for release. It is often embedded inside seemingly harmless software and applications. It activates as soon as the user launches the program. Devices can also be infected through email links or malicious websites.
How does a ransomware attack work?
There are two primary types of ransomware: locker and crypto.