Ramsomware are targeted "blackmail Trojans" that claim to have encrypted all the victim's data or blocked access to it.
The victims are offered to buy your data free again against payment! Our tip: Do that NOT do !!! Do not get on it, and come to us. Quite simply justified: On the one hand, the front payments are never in relation to what the data is worth. Secondly, you can read our tips below, what you can do in advance, and what options we have to restore your data!
Ransomware is currently distributed mainly via emails.
These emails have fake senders and contain file attachments through which the ransomware is lulled in. You are usually lured as a delivery bill, invoice or with an "interesting" content. When you open these attachments, you are usually redirected to a web server, and from there the ransomware is installed.
If you access your data later in the process, a password is usually required to regain access to your data.
Bitcoin is often required as a means of payment because the payment flow is disguised.
Unfortunately, this attack method has very high damage potential.
In addition to the immediate costs of data recovery, it can unfortunately not be ensured that your data is clean afterwards!
This means that your data will not be encrypted again!
Furthermore, it is not guaranteed whether the potential attacker is interested in your customer and supplier, warehouse or financial data.
1.) Do not pay to the criminals in any case!
2.) Contact the Sybersecurity Hotline!
3.) Be sure to report the incident to the nearest police inspection.
4.) Contact us immediately. We will analyze your initial situation and try to restore your data together with our partner!