A group that was distributing Windows ransomware known as Shade or Troldesh has pulled up stumps and released about 750,000 encryption keys, offering an apology for its actions during its existence.
Ransomware attacks on businesses and governments will continue at a more rapid pace, thanks to newly found security vulnerabilities, according to one global security firm which forecasts further increases in ransomware attacks and VPN “scandals” in 2020 and beyond.
Promising "50% less CPU usage", Malwarebytes' new version 4.0 for Windows PCs promises to be "smarter, faster and lighter" than ever before while dealing with modern malware and online threats.
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It is all an "Old Wives Tale" !