The EternalBlue exploit for Windows, crafted by the NSA and leaked online by a group known as the Shadow Brokers, is being increasingly used in exploits two years after it was used to create the WannaCry ransomware, malware that took the world literally by storm.
Promising to instantly smooth out audio and the cursor path in the new Camtasia 2019 release amongst a host of other features, the ability to share your expertise visually through screen capture and video creation is even easier.
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.
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