Cyber security firm Bitdefender has released a new decryptor to counter the latest version of the Windows ransomware known as Gandcrab.
Laptops from HP Inc will soon feature software, known as HP Sure Sense from Israeli security outfit Deep Instinct, that will use artificial intelligence to protect against malware attacks.
Two American companies that offer Windows ransomware recovery services have been accused of merely paying the ransom in order to recover clients' data, with the non-profit ProPublica saying the victims were charged extra for these services.
Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts
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