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Long Island Free Ransomware Decryption Evaluation

Networks offer’s FREE ransomware decryption evaluations to individuals and businesses just call (516) 889-0777 and speak with an expert ransomware decryption removal specialist today. Our Long Island cyber security specialists have years of experience dealing with many types of computer viruses, malware, adware, scareware and ransomware including :


What is ransomware?

The dictionary definition of “ransomware” is
“A type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid.”


Ransomware decryption and removal service from cyber security specialists at Networks.Ransomware is a particularly vicious form of malicious malware which takes over your computer encrypting your own files, and threatens you with harm by denying you access to your own data. The cybercriminal or hacker then demands a ransom promising — that once they are paid — they will restore access to your data once more.

The victims are usually shown instructions on how to pay a fee in order to receive a decryption key. The costs can range from a few hundred dollars to many thousands, payable to cybercriminals in untraceable Bitcoin.

If you are infected with ransomware
  1. 1. Turn off your computer immediately to prevent the spread of infection to network drives and attached devices.
  2. 2. Write down any relevant information like pop messages, name of ransomware, instructions etc.
  3. 3. Contact our cyber security specialists without hesitation at (516) 889-0777

Who is a target for ransomware in Long Island?

Targets of opportunity: ransomware is somewhat indiscriminate but attackers usually target those more likely to actually pay a ransom, for example medical facilities, law firms, government agencies and businesses that deal with sensitive data and need immediate or continuous access to servers and networks. It also helps the attackers if the target keeps the compromise quiet and for numerous reasons they usually do.


Should you pay the ransom?

For obvious reasons law enforcement encourages users not to pay the ransom because it will only emboldens hackers to develop and spread more ransomware to the next unsuspecting victim. But in reality the victim may often pay for the simple sake of expediency and because the encrypted files may contain very sensitive data that may compromise a company financially or even their reputation amongst existing or new clients and standings within their own industry.


According to research from Trend Micro,
"while 66% of companies say they would never pay a ransom as a point of principle, in practice 65% actually do pay the ransom".


Many factors go into the cost benefit analysis of should a company pay or not, and these factors only continue to grow as company insurance policies have now begun to cover ransomware payments, and also because of the availability of untraceable payment methods to cyber criminals like Bitcoin.





The most prolific ransomware examples include: CryptoLocker, TeslaCrypt, SimpleLocker, WannaCry, Locky, NotPetya, Dharma and BadRabbit.

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