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Ransomware Victims Rarely Pay The Full Ransom Price
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7/21/2016 | 1:12:20 AM
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What Is The Difference Between RansomWare And A System Hard Drive Completely Unrecoverable ? - Absolutely None.

 

Some Basic Users Can Be Caught With Their Pants Down, But, For Companies, The Absence Of Multiple Backups Is Unforgivable - Any IT Manager Incapable Of Solving This Problem Single Handedly Should Be Fired On The Spot.

 
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7/20/2016 | 7:25:02 AM
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That's good to know and shows that Ransomware doesn't necessarily need to be quite as scary as it often seems. Considering the hackers are getting something for nothing though, it makes sense that they would work with those affected - especially since an unfamiliarity with Bitcoin is likely to be common place in the people who are caught out by phishing and other scams that lead to ransomware infections.


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