Microsoft strongly recommends administrators to disable the SMBv1 protocol on Exchange servers to protect against threats that exploit its vulnerabilities. Let me remind you that Microsoft has been implementing a systematic refusal to use the outdated SMBv1 for a long time. So, since 2016, the company advises administrators to withdraw …Read More »
Phishing scams found a new way to sow fear and panic among Internet users. A new phishing campaign falsely claims to infect PCs with WannaCry ransomware and then demands users pay a bitcoin ransom in order to prevent their files from being deleted. | However, it’s all a scam looking …Read More »
Trojan.CoinMiner uses the computing resources of the infected computer to receive crypto currency, most often in BitCoin. The owner of such infected computers may notice that some processes in their system use a lot of CPU % what often slow down the computer or even freeze it completely. The main …Read More »
How to protect your PC from a virus, that has infected systems all around the world? Be careful, WannaCry may come for you!
I think you’ve already heard about this virus. For the past few days, it spread to computers in 74 counties! The biggest impact we can see is in China, Russian Federation, Peru, France and Canada. In only one day it infected German rail stations, Chinese Universities, the Russian Interior Ministry, …Read More »