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How Do I Prevent RansomWare?

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Ransomware Decyption

 We are one of the very few companies that recover files from ransomware encryption — see list below….

Ransomware Prevention

We implement a RansomWare prevention strategy at your office & configure remote backup for all your important business files, ensuring that your system can be restored in the event of an attack.

Ransomware Experts

Have you already been the victim of a RansomWare attack?  Speak with a real expert to figure out how to best proceed !   Do you need your computer and/or entire business network restored? We help with that as well!

RansomWare Consultants – Protecting Your Business

Your business could be 1 click away from disaster. Make sure you are protected against one of the latest types of malware known as Ransomware. You could easily be a victim of this unassuming malware attack, and it could cost you and your business a lot of time and money. You receive a seemingly legitimate email with a PDF (or similar) attachment. You download the file, and it turns out to be an executable file (.exe) which locks a bunch of different file types on your machine, making them inaccessible to you and your staff.

Why Ransom Protection

We at Super Software have over 24 years of practical IT experience. We have 100+ clients throughout Rockland County and the Tri State area, and provide top-notch, personalized service you will not find elsewhere. If you can think of a computer/network issue, chances are we have fixed it at one time or another. Our expertise can be seen in MCSE for Dummies and A+ for Dummies. We provide FREE on-site assessments and consultations, and will come up with effective solutions for any of your IT problems.

 

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Ransomware Prevention for Your Business

Criminals have shifted their focus from the streets to your business’s vital computer files.
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Protect My Business from RansomWare

What is RansomWare?

A type of malware that makes files on your computer/s inaccessible by locking them. It is called RansomWare because it forces its victims to pay a “ransom” in order to re-gain access to their files. Computer users are often forced to pay the malware operators online with Bitcoin through untraceable payment gateways.

How RansomWare Infects Your Machine

Your system can be infected by visiting compromised websites, opening and downloading an attachment in spam emails or through other malware.

How Does Your Data get Kidnapped?

The RansomWare arrives in your computer, then either locks your screen or finds certain files and encrypts them, making them inaccessible to you.

How Does the File Encryption Work?

As soon as your machine becomes infected with Crypto-RansomWare it connects to randomly generated domains where it downloads a public key. Then it performs a search of important files (.doc, .xls, .pdf, .tif, .jpg, etc.) on your machine. Next, it creates a key for each file and encrypts them. Finally, the Crypto-RansomWare adds the encrypted key at the beginning of all files, making them inaccessible to you without decryption provided by the hackers.

What Do You Mean by Ransom & How Do I Re-Gain Access to Encrypted Files?

After your computer screen is locked or files encrypted, you will receive a ransom note with instructions on how to pay through Bitcoin. Next, you will have to purchase Bitcoin and transfer it to the attacker’s Bitcoin address. To prove you paid, you will then need to send the Transfer ID to the attacker. As soon as the transaction is complete, the attacker will send decryption instructions to the victim. If you are lucky, you will regain access to your infected system and files. There is absolutely no guarantee that paying the ransom will yield any results whatsoever. Your files may be gone forever.

Whatever You Do, Don’t Pay the Ransom

By paying the ransom, you are effectively letting the hackers know that what they are doing is working. It makes their criminal empire stronger and ensures that future RansomWare – and other malware – is more effective and harder to remove.

Ransomware Experts: Affected Filetypes

You may think that your backup files on a connected external hard drive are safe from ransomware encryption, but you would be wrong. Ransomware can encrypt files on the in the following locations: flash drives; external drives; mapped network drives; password-protected mapped network drives; unmapped shared drives; and cloud storage (even files located on google drive if you have a desktop application installed).

Are Your Backups Safe?

Ransomware is unique in that it can encrypt files on different backup drives and
locations, even remote ones in the cloud. If you have a desktop application for Google Drive or similar, the malware can encrypt files located there as well.

Filetypes that can be infected with RansomWare

.sql, .mp4, .rar, .m4a, .wma, .avi, .wmv, .csv, .d3dbsp, .zip, .sie, .sum, .ibank, .t13, .t12, .qdf, .gdb, .tax, .pkpass, .bc6, .bc7, .bkp, .qic, .bkf, .sidn, .sidd, .mddata, .itl, .itdb, .icxs, .hvpl, .hplg, .hkdb, .mdbackup, .syncdb, .gho, .cas, .svg, .map, .wmo, .itm, .sb, .fos, .mov, .vdf, .ztmp, .sis, .sid, .ncf, .menu, .layout, .dmp, .blob, .esm, .vcf, .vtf, .dazip, .fpk, .mlx, .kf, .iwd, .vpk, .tor, .psk, .rim, .w3x, .fsh, .ntl, .arch00, .lvl, .snx, .cfr, .ff, .vpp_pc, .lrf, .m2, .mcmeta, .vfs0, .mpqge, .kdb, .db0, .dba, .rofl, .hkx, .bar, .upk, .das, .iwi, .litemod, .asset, .forge, .ltx, .bsa, .apk, .re4, .sav, .lbf, .slm, .bik, .epk, .rgss3a, .pak, .big, .7z, wallet, .wotreplay, .xxx, .desc, .py, .m3u, .flv, .js, .css, .rb, .png, .jpeg, .txt, .p7c, .p7b, .p12, .pfx, .pem, .crt, .cer, .der, .x3f, .srw, .pef, .ptx, .r3d, .rw2, .rwl, .raw, .raf, .orf, .nrw, .mrwref, .mef, .erf, .kdc, .dcr, .cr2, .crw, .bay, .sr2, .srf, .arw, .3fr, .dng, .jpe, .jpg, .cdr, .indd, .ai, .eps, .pdf, .pdd, .psd, .dbf, .mdf, .wb2, .rtf, .wpd, .dxg, .xf, .dwg, .pst, .accdb, .mdb, .pptm, .pptx, .ppt, .xlk, .xlsb, .xlsm, .xlsx, .xls, .wps, .docm, .docx, .doc, .odb, .odc, .odm, .odp, .ods, .odt

RansomWare Prevention Tips

There are a number of ways you can help prevent a RansomWare attack on your computer and/or network, including the following:

1. Keep business and personal information on separate computers/networks.
2. Pay close attention to emails and links in them (hackers are getting better at disguising emails to look legitimate)
3. Bookmark sites you use and/or visit on a regular basis
4. Backup your data regularly at an offsite location and check to ensure those backups are complete and could be used to restore your system

Contact the Ransomware Consultants @ Supersoft

Email:

hello@ransomprotection.com

Phone #:

(845) 735-0000

Address:

Super Software
151 South Main Street
New City, New York 10956

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