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ShieldFS Hits 'Rewind' on Ransomware

BLACK HAT USA 2017 -- Trend Micro's Federico Maggi and Politecnico di Milano's Andrea Continella visit the Dark Reading News Desk to discuss ShieldFS -- a new tool that protects filesystems by disrupting and actually undoing the ransomware's encryption while it's in action.

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