India is the third most affected by this. The computer asks for a ransom of Rs 1.5 lakh to open the lock. new Delhi. The central go...
India is the third most affected by this.
The computer asks for a ransom of Rs 1.5 lakh to open the lock.
new Delhi. The central government has alerted the very fatal new computer virus "Lucky Ransomware". The computer is locked through this software virus attack and a ransom is demanded to unlock it. A report of Assocham states that India is the third place in the countries with the highest damage to this virus.
Ajay Kumar, additional secretary of electronics and IT department, tweeted on Saturday that alerting the fast spreading spam "Lucky Ransomware" RanSamware is actually a deadly software. The user's computer is locked first by sending "locky ransomware". Then half bitquenine is asked to open it. Their worth is about 1.5 lakh rupees.
A warning issued through the Cyber Clean Center has revealed that a lot of spam mails are being mailed to them. Generally their subject matter is common so that people can open it in a cavernous manner and get trapped in its trap. Under the latest campaign for sending computer viruses, this spam has so far been sent to 25 million people. The topic of this message is usually: "Please print", "document", "photo", "images", "scans" and "pictures" etc.
The computers affected by "Lucky Ransomware" are shut down, or any number with the extension is written with dot lucidas, or with the dot Diablo 6 is written. Alerts have been suggested that .5-bitquines are requested as a ransom with instructions for opening the site with TOR browser and non-source information. Therefore, alert users are warned in an alert message that they should exercise caution before opening any mail. Also, companies also install Anti Spam software. Also update your spam block list as well.
It is being told that there may be several cyber attacks in the order of the RanSamware Vanakrai series. To target the user, spam shows links to fake Dropbox websites. So that the "Locky Ransomware" may be spread out