Ebook: 8 Ways to Protect Your Network Against Ransomware
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Sometimes old becomes new again. Such is the case with ransomware attacks, which have become popular once more.
First released in 1989, ransomware infects a system and “locks out” the user from accessing the device or files on it. Only when the victim agrees to pay a ransom, usually in the form of bitcoins, can the system be unlocked and accessed again.