Woburn, MA – October 16, 2017 – The Kaspersky Lab advanced exploit prevention system has identified a new Adobe Flash zero day exploit, used in an attack on October 10, 2017 by a threat actor known as BlackOasis.
By: Dave Johnson, CBS Moneywatch
Think getting infected with a garden variety virus is a nightmare? Then try on some ransomware for size. Security and antivirus companies agree that it's a growing threat.
Ransomware is one of the most disturbing trends in malware today. Once infected with the malware, your PC typically locks you out of most -- if not all -- features unless you agree to pay a ransom demand -- sometimes diguised as a fee, sometimes explicitly identified as a ransom, complete with a digital ransom note.
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