Windows ransomware known as SamSam has earned its creators almost US$6 million since late 2015, the security firm Sophos says, with the malware using carefully targeted attacks to obtain a ransom. Australia has been a target in about 2% of the attacks using this malware.
Printer vendor Oki Data Australia has appointed Jim Walsh as business development manager for wide format printers.
Malicious attackers are using Windows Remote Desktop Protocol to sneak into PCs and run ransomware on it themselves, rather than infect devices remotely, it has been claimed.
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