NotPetya Is A Virus Disguised As Ransomware, Beware
Mitcha Does Not Require Admin Access Of Computer To Infect it, Beware
Designed To Attack Human Resource Computers
Backup your information using a local, network or Web based hard drive. Backup as often as possible, this is the key to surviving Ransomware.
Be very careful what links or images you click on in e-mails, make sure they are from a known source, that is how this exploit works.
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The FBI estimated that Ransomware will be a one billion dollar criminal business this year. The link below is a free, easy to install product, from one of the leaders in anti-ransomware, Malwarebytes, that will help prevent ransomware on your computer. Click Here to get it.
“These criminals have evolved over time and now bypass the need for an individual to click on a link. They do this by seeding legitimate websites with malicious code, taking advantage of unpatched software on end-user computers,” said FBI Cyber Division Assistant Director.