Cybercriminals have always been smart, fast, and incredibly adaptive. Just as you’re constantly looking for new ways to improve workflow and productivity with technology while keeping data safe, they’re always looking for new ways to do harm and compromise your business.
How Do You Decrypt Your Files?
The worst part is that there’s currently no way to decrypt this version for free because of how the private decryption keys are generated.
It’s a long, confusing processes – essentially, the files continue to encrypt themselves and the key you need to restore your files is incredibly hard to generate.
So, What Can You Do?
Be vigilant! Always be cautious when you’re exchanging and opening Emails: ensure you know the senders, and never click on links or download attachments that you weren’t expecting. It’s never a bad idea to call a client or co-worker to verify that they sent over files – your livelihood could be on the line.
Get in touch with Fuelled Networks to learn more about TelsaCrypt and how to protect yourself against other dangerous online threats. Contact our technology professionals at firstname.lastname@example.org or (613) 828-1280.
Published On: 14th December 2015 by Ernie Sherman.