Ransomware: This is how half the attacks start, and this is how you can stop them

Ransomware: This is how half the attacks start, and this is how you can stop them

Image: Getty More than half of ransomware attacks now start with criminals exploiting vulnerabilities in remote and internet-connected systems, as hackers seek to take advantage of unpatched cybersecurity issues. According to analysis of ransomware incidents over the past year by researchers at security firm Secureworks, 52% of attacks began with malicious hackers exploiting remote services. …

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