Ransomware attacks, explained 1

Ransomware attacks, explained

 

Ransomware attacks are on the rise with an estimated $350 million paid out in ransom in 2020. Here's everything you need to know and how to prepare yourself if you're targeted next.

Produced by John General
Supervising Producer: Logan Whiteside

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16 comments

  1. 3:20. So in result, the hackers are getting paid instead of getting CAUGHT. Destroy “back doors” and catch the pigs in the act. Tracing is most likely a lot easier than having back doors, that can allow them having to hide– here, or there.

  2. (3:40. The hacker will either use the data or not and in the end they will get caught, or the people who buy or use it from them will get CAUGHT– forcing them to either talk or get arrested, and or fined.)

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