Ransomware is a tough nut to crack — and while it’s distracting you by encrypting your files, it may also be turning your computer into a zombie.
Hospital pays ransomware ransom, does not get files back.
Charging your smartphone’s battery over USB can be dangerous: Thieves can steal your files, infect your smartphone with something nasty — or even brick it.
So you just paid for tickets to the Olympics, and now you’re planning your trip to Rio de Janeiro? Check that ticket twice: you may have been scammed.
A look at recent survey results on awareness of ransomware in North America.
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Kaspersky Lab RakhniDecryptor utility updated to help decrypt files encrypted by previously invincible versions of TeslaCrypt.
Researchers expose details of 70,000 OKCupid accounts, without permission.
All files encrypted with TeslaCrypt ransomware can now be decrypted … thanks to its creators
Old LinkedIn data is being sold on the darkweb. Time to change your password!