Ransomware Attacks and How to Prevent an Attack
Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system or lock computer’s data until a sum of money is paid by victims. It’s a type of DOS attack (Denial of Service) that prevents the victims from accessing data without decryption key.
Due to the recent flow in ransomware attacks, many governments issued cyber alerts and warning users about extortion attacks that infect computers with ransomware. Thousands of people have been exploit using ransomware, and unfortunately most of those threats could have been avoided if users had taken one very easy and simple step: backing up their data.
Yes! Backing up your data is the only way to prevent from Ransomware attacks. Most users don’t back up their information. The reason users are willing to pay for their confidential data in ransomware attacks because the only copy of the data is on the system being locked down.
Take Back Privacy & BackUp Everything
If you want to avoid the threat of ransomware, just take back privacy & backup your data on regular basis to an external hard drive or cloud-based system. Ransomware BackUp Cloud 3.0, Ditch-it software is easy to install and can back-up your data in real time or you can set schedule to make backups automatically.
Decentralized BackUp Cloud Storage by Ditch-it can restore your data from backup is the best option when you’re hit with a ransomware attack.
By staying in action about your online data privacy and backing up your data, you can significantly reduce online threats caused by ransomware.
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Security is no longer a one-machine matter. You need Decentralized BackUp Cloud 3.0 that helps protect all your devices – your Windows PC, Mac, Android smartphone or your iPad.
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