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Unhacked: 121 tools against ransomware on a single website

 Unhacked: 121 tools against ransomware on a single website
Unhacked: 121 tools against ransomware on a single website (Bild: Europol)

2021-07-26 11:08:02
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Quelle: Europol

Working from home, the beach or a café is a reality for many people today, writes Europol.

Everything we need is stored in our digital devices, such as personal computers, laptops and mobile phones, which contain important information about our personal and professional lives. Digitalisation has created a flexible living environment that gives us the freedom to easily access a universe of information.

It also provides us with the space to store hundreds of thousands of different files: pictures of our kids and pets, electronic tickets, projects, important matrixes we have worked on for weeks, archives filled with decades of knowledge and memories. Ransomware enables criminals to steal all this in an instant.

That is why it is crucial to beware, be aware and protect your digital world.  The decryptors available in the No More Ransom repository have helped more than six million people to recover their files for free.

This prevented criminals from earning almost a billion euros through ransomware attacks. Currently offering 121 free tools able to decrypt 151 ransomware families, it unites 170 partners from the public and private sector.

The portal is available in 37 languages.A new No More Ransom website has been launched to mark the project’s fifth year. Modern and more user-friendly, the new home of the Crypto Sheriff offers updated information on ransomware, as well as advice on how to prevent a ransomware infection.   The best way to stay healthy is not to get sick.

That obvious statement also applies to ransomware attacks. Anyone can be a target – individuals and companies of all sizes.

So, what can we do?.

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Unhacked: 121 tools against ransomware single website



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