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You Need to KnowABOUT WannaCry Ransomware:
THOUSANDS OF COMPUTERS OR PERSONAL COMPUTERS ARE A VICTIM OF RANSOMWARE. THE ANOTHER NAME IS WANNACRY ON FRIDAY. HOW MYSTERIOUS IS THIS?
ABOUT WANNACRY :
WannaCry is the name of a serious strain of ransomware that hit Windows PCs worldwide, starting on Friday. Those who were infected found their computers locked, with hackers demanding a $300 ransom to unlock the device and its files.
HOW PEOPLES ARE ATTACKED BY WANNACRY RANSOMWARE:
Like many malware infections, it appears that human error is to blame. According to The Financial Times, someone in Europe downloaded a compressed zip file that was attached to an email, releasing WannaCry onto that person’s PC. Many others did the same, and when all was said and done, at least 200,000 devices were affected globally.(WANNACRY RANSOMWARE HIT WINDOWS COMPUTERS)
IF YOU USE WINDOWS 10 IN YOUR PC YOU ARE SAFE:
IT DOES NOT ATTACKS OR TARGET ON NEWEST MICROSOFT ORATING SYSTEM.
If you’re running other, supported versions of Windows (Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016), a patch that Microsoft released in March addressed the vulnerability that WannaCry targets. So hopefully you or your office’s IT department installed that update.
There are some people, however, who are still running aging versions of Windows; 7 percent still run Windows XP despite the fact that Redmond no longer issues security updates for it. So Microsoft took the unusual step of releasing a WannaCry patch for old versions of Windows it no longer supports, including Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003.
WANNACRY IS MOST SERIOUS ISSUE:
Quite by accident, a UK researcher known as MalwareTech managed to hobble the spread of WannaCry over the weekend. He acquired a sample of the malware on Friday and ran it a virtual environment. He noticed it pinged an unregistered domain, so he registered it himself, as he often does in these types of situations. Lucky for him (and countless victims), WannaCry only locked PCs if it couldn’t connect to the domain in question. Before MalwareTech registered the domain, it didn’t exist, so WannaCry couldn’t connect and systems were ransomed. With the domain set up, WannaCry connected and essentially died, protecting PCs.
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IN SHORT HOW WE PROTECT YOURSELF WANNACRY RANSOMWARE:
This malware is essentially affecting organizations and spreading through their system to control a whole organization. In any case, it doesn’t imply that every other person is protected.
In this way, in case you’re utilizing a PC which runs Windows working framework, you should make a couple of prudent strides.
You should build up a propensity for introducing security refresh promptly. In case you’re running more seasoned Windows (Server 2003, Windows 8, XP), you have to visit this connection to download the security refreshes.
In its security consultative, Microsoft has requested that the clients remain watchful when opening records from untrusted sources. Try not to tap on the connections that you don’t perceive or download records from obscure sources. Microsoft likewise suggests utilizing antivirus programming for Windows.