By Responsible Computer Solutions LLC
New Service Responsible Backup, Helps RCS's Customers Comply with Regulations, Automatically Protect Data and Gain Peace of Mind
By Technology Assurance Group
Leader in Unified Communications Helps Businesses Fight Malware
By Team Discovery Ltd
Ransomware is as pervasive as it is dangerous. Interested parties can learn how to protect their business from it.
By Blue Chip
Leading IT Services and Solutions company Blue Chip warn about the rise of CryptoLocker attacks.
By Panda Security
Ransomware is becoming the predominant cyber extortion threat. Companies are the main target, due to greater financial gains
By Pixbyte Development SL
The makers of “CinEx HD Utility”, the world’s first Cinavia removing software found out an very important security leak in the Cinavia copy protection.
By LAN and PC Services
LAN and PC Services has seen four local clients that have fallen victim to the CryptoLocker virus in the last part of 2014.
By MicroWorld Technologies Inc
eScan, one of the leading Anti-Virus and Content Security Solution providers warns IT users of a Ransomware that has been creating havoc in the Indian sub-continent since January 19, 2015 evening IST.
By Advent IM
The National Crime Agency yesterday released a time- sensitive warning about Cryptolocker. Advent IM has issued some information on this malware and advice on how to deal with and protect networks from it.
By Benchmark ProTech
While one of the earliest widespread sightings was in the fall of 2013, the CryptoLocker virus is evolving and is still infecting computers across the globe.
A deceptive threat notification known as the ‘Police Department University of California’ Ransomware has received a solution to removing the notification and unlocking an infected PC through the security site OnlineSafety411.com.
By Tech Wizard Solutions
Around September of 2013 a number of companies and home users were attacked by the CryptoLock virus. This virus/ransomware skirted past almost every antivirus program when it first appeared it has been found unreversable by the industry gurus.
By Techwarrior Technologies LLC
New Virus Hijacking Files and Demanding Ransom Dangerous Threat During Holiday Season
By Nerds On Call Computer Repair Sacramento
There’s a new and nasty “ransomware” virus called CryptoLocker sweeping the web, taking computers hostage and demanding that users pay an exorbitant “ransom” to get their data back.
By Panda Security
Malware creation hits record high, New ransomware CryptoLocker, DNS poisoning attacks on the rise. Android the most malware-targeted mobile platform
Computer users are now finding refuge in knowing that they can automatically remove the stubborn and annoying CryptoLocker Ransomware virus from their computer through resources on an Online Safety site removal guide.
Internet Crime Complaint Center Ransomware is a pesky malware threat that is usually presented in the form of a message claiming to be from an internet crime center where authorities have detected illegal activities and ask for a fine to be paid.
International Police Association – IAC Ransomware is a vicious message threat that makes many false claims of online violations and illegal possessions of copyrighted materials and then asks that a large fine be paid for these supposed actions.
The FBI Green Dot MoneyPak Virus Ransomware message is a type of computer infection and notification pop-up that was created by crafty hackers who want to extort money from unsuspecting computer users.
An online safety site has released a new blog post to help PC users successfully remove the Interpol Department of Cybercrime Ransomware Threat Message automatically using an advanced antimalware solution.
FBI Ultimate Game Card Virus Ransomware is actually a malicious message designed to mimic an FBI notification warning a PC user of piracy or illegal actions and then locking up the computer and asking for a fine to be paid.
FBI Moneypak Ransomware is an internet threat that basically holds a malware-infected PC for ransom until an outrageous fee is paid to a group of hackers.
By Panda Security
Ransom.AN, belonging to the ransomware category of malware, asks victims to pay £88 (100 euros) for code to free their devices