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Ransomware: How it Works and How to Protect Against Infection

Greg Edwards

What Ransomware Delivers One early morning in May 2017, a nurse walked into her ward. She switched on her computer, ready to log in for the busy day ahead. She checked her emails and noticed an…

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Ransomware: "If I could do it, anyone could do it."

Greg Edwards

Bloomberg reporter Drake Bennet says of ransomware "If I could do it, anyone could do it." In as little as three steps, cybercriminals can turn massive profits per month by infecting victims with…

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Ransomware Fall-Out of Lake City, Florida

Greg Edwards

The Long Reach of a Ransomware Fall-Out Earlier this year, Lake City Florida was the victim of a ransomware attack. Like companies across the world, the city was infected by the ransomware variant,…

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Ransomware Scapegoat

Greg Edwards

What happened during and after a Florida city paid a $460,000 ransom to the Russian eCrime group, Grim Spider: An interview with Brian Hawkins, ex-Head of IT for Lake City, Florida.

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Should I be worried about the WPA2 vulnerability 'Krack'?

Greg Edwards

  Yes, until your specific device is patched, you are vulnerable to attack.

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Ransomware Removal

Greg Edwards

Removing ransomware is a multi-step process.  

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Credit Freeze | What to Expect – My Personal Experience

Greg Edwards

There are three credit bureaus to contact to freeze your credit.  Freezing your credit is the simplest way to prevent or severely minimize the effects of identity theft.  If the cybercriminal cannot…

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Russia Hack Report Quick Facts

Greg Edwards

On Friday, January 6, 2017, the U.S. Intelligence Community released a declassified document pointing direct blame on the Russian Government for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) hack, as well…

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Mirai Botnet Responsible for Largest DDoS Attack

Greg Edwards

Twitter, Reddit, Spotify, Etsy and what seems like an endless list of websites were down for an extended amount of time on Friday (Oct. 21) due to a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack on…

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