Windows 10: Ransomware Warning
The first line from the post is why I use all three of their product's.
Phone Man said:
I just pointed to a thread in forum. I don't use it either .
I'm using a similar set as you do, except MB AntiMalware, but using WinPatrol. And I added CryptoPrevent in the last weeks. Two of my family members have caught different variants over last few months. They have no clue where. Probably through adds or social contact.
That was a very interesting read. Thanks for posting.
Phone Man said:
Once I'm sure it's safe to run with Office 365 installed I will try it again.
Cryptoprevent, not Antiransomware! This is totaly different software, probably not so powerful as MalwareBytes, but less possible to mess with other software. mostly adds rules to Global Policy.
I'll check Cryptoprevent out.
Introducing the Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware Beta
Read more: https://blog.malwarebytes.org/news/2016/01/introducing-the-malwarebytes-anti-ransomware-beta/
Ramsomware has become a large presence on the net. The Locky virus is another example of the new ransomware that has no way to circumvent the encryption. If you want to effectively defend against this, your best defense is to have a back up of your...
Thought i would post this here but maybe the "news" section would benefit , if this is old news my apologies but it's scary.
Beware! That Windows 10 update message could be ransomware in disguise
A new virus is on the loose and it’s...
Only 5 days out and Win10 being screwed with. This link was in an E-Mail today:
New Windows 10 scam will encrypt your files for ransom | ZDNet
Files encrypted by CoinVault ransomware? New free tool may decrypt them | PCWorld