World War Ransomware. World War R. WWR.
Cyber security war.

World War Ransomware. Ransomware is powerful malware (malicious software) virus that executes cryptography attack using variety of encryption algorithms. Ransomware developers simply use crypto techniques to lock victim’s files and demand ransom in return of decryption key. As victim’s data is locked, files are in on use and no longer able to open due to encryption. This ransomware hijacking behaviour operating online is lately possible in a world with cryptocurrency and modern computer systems.




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First ransomware attack was reported in 2005. Since then, ransomware is descend to generate direct revenue. Today in year 2016, this viruses are so well developed, that sometimes leaves no choice for victims but to pay. Тhis is considered to be fraud, however developers have the opportunity to cover all tracks with many options that today’s technology allows. Now the number of ransomware variants is significantly rising.

World War R has began in early 2016. We get reports for new ransom developments daily. The ransom attacks is on the rise. The target are not only home users but also business, agensys, hospitals and more. Anyone with a valuable information is a possible target. Security researchers had to develop new and more powerful protection. Now big security software companies are uniting to fight against ransomware developers.

Encrypting information was first used to protect commercial, diplomatic and military communication. An example of this is Enigma machine developed in early 1920s. Enigma machine was developed by the German engineer Arthur Scherbius and used end of World War I and during World War II. Since the encrypted military massiges were with important content, Enigma code was attempted to be cracked. A flaw in German’s encryption, which double-encrypted the first three letters at the beginning of each message, allowed Alan Turing to crack Enigma code. He designed a machine that successfully decrypt German’s enigma coded messages.

World War Ransomware

WWR has began in the moment that security researchers start developing decryption tools. The war was declared, victims and security researchers against ransomware developers. This is no ordinary was but a cyber war and no lives will be lost. Instead user digital data have been targeted. Cyber computer security will substitute bunkers and weapons.

Any ransomware can be decrypted. Encrypting and decrypting data is not a problem by itself. Now there is ongoing circle between decrypting a ransomware and developing a new ransom variant, which stops the decryption tool from working. This can continue forever until security researchers outsmart ransomware developers. Sometimes decryption tools help cybercriminals find their mistakes and fix the problem and building more superior malware.




ATTENTION!!!


Since malware virus creates variety of malicious modified registry entries and different files, we strongly advise you to use anti-malware tool. Removing the virus manually requires high computer skills and knowledge.


>>Click here to download free anti-malware removal tool.<<


Now for the hard part. Keeping a description tool in secret or ransomware developers will change the design every time they find out that someone managed to crack there code. But how can victims of ransomware can find out about decryption tool without the virus developers does? Well this is the question of which we don’t have answer. Today’s technology makes finding information online easy. Hiding it from someone and revealing it others is almost impossible. I said almost impossible, because nothing is impossible. If malware developers can cover tracks so a decryption tool developers can. World War Ransomware is not the war of fire power but a brain war.

For now the best way i can think of is to hide the decryption tool in the actual security software. All decryption tools must be integrated into all anti-malware, anti-virus and security software on the market. This will not hide it from ransomware developers, but it will at least delay it from finding out about it. Communication between cyber security companies is a must and the best way to fight against ransomware. All security companys must be now allies but not a competitors.

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