[BleepingComputer] Detonating Ransomware on My Own Computer (Don’t Try This at Home)

Ransomware attacks are a daily occurrence, announcing new levels of danger and confusion to an already complicated business of protecting data. How it behaves can tell us lot about a ransomware attack – so I recently detonated Conti ransomware in a controlled environment to demonstrate the importance of proper cyber protection. […]

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