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The first encryption ransomware appeared. And now several thousand modifications exist.
In over 90% of incidents, users themselves launch ransomware on their computers.
The probability of restoring corrupted files is roughly 10%
No anti-virus can, at any point in time, detect all malicious programs.
This means that any system can be infected by new, unknown ransomware.
To keep your files safe from Trojans:
If you don't follow these rules and your system gets infected, you will have only yourself to blame, not the anti-virus.
Learn how to protect your system against ransomware by taking the training course DWCERT-070-6 "Protection from encryption ransomware for Windows PCs and file servers".
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If you’ve received a suspicious email with an attachment, and Dr.Web didn't react to it, the attachment may contain encryption ransomware that the anti-virus doesn't yet recognise.
Send the attachment for analysis to the Doctor Web anti-virus laboratory at https://vms.drweb.com/sendvirus/?lng=en, and wait for a reply.
By doing so, you will not only keep your files safe but also help thousands of potential cybercrime victims.