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What is ransomware?
Ransomware locks your server, computers or encrypts your files, holding them ransom until you pay a fee to the cybercriminals who hold them hostage.
If you don’t pay the ransom, cybercriminals can delete your company files, photos and documents for good, or lock you out of your own IT network permanently.
How does ransomware work?
If you visit a compromised website or click on a spammed email that contains ransomware, it can attack the data on your computer and entire IT network.
Ransom prices can reach $830 or more (typically in bitcoins).
How do I prevent ransomware?
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*Trend Labs, April 2016: 99% of ransomware found in malicious emails or weblinks.
I think I may be infected?
If you suspect you have ransomware on your PC computer,
Trend Micro can help:
There is never any 100% solution but these suggestions go a long way in ensuring you don't get caught out.
Block ransomware with Trend Micro™ Worry Free Services.
Avoid opening unverified emails or clicking on their embedded links, which can start the ransomware installation process.
Backup your important files using the 3-2-1 rule:
create three backup copies on two different media, with one of the backups in a separate location.
Regularly update software, programs, and applications, to ensure your apps are current, with the latest protections against new vulnerabilities.