Cancer Ransomware forgets how to Ransomware …

Cancer Ransomware forgets how to Ransomware Interesting read about the new ransomware that forgot to ask for a payment to decrypt your data. We recommend keeping backups of your files/folders, software installs, license keys, and when possible complete images of your computers as backups to external network attached storage devices. This Trojan acts like a ransomware, but during SonicWall's investigation it failed to show a warning or instructions on how to regain files and send the payment They said, "It ended up being more of an annoyance than a Trojan trying to defraud its victim." As with any virus/ransomware/malware it would have the ability to upload additional files if necessary.www.mysonicwall.commysonicwall.com...
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Verizon Brings Back Unlimited Data Plans …

Verizon Brings Back Unlimited Data Plans Are the cell phone battles back? We hope so, this is a game changer for many, allowing others more access to a better network. It also forces other companies to match or provide something else in return. The pricing is also fluctuating a bit, to grab your attention. Competition is healthy for consumers in this market. From the last paragraph on the link below: "Each company has a different limit at which they’ll start prioritizing other subscribers over those who chug through an unlimited plan. AT&T matches Verizon at 22GB. For Sprint it’s 23GB. T-Mobile has a slightly higher threshold of 26GB. All carriers insist that speeds are only reduced in rare instances when their wireless networks are heavily congested."Verizon announces new unlimited data plantheverge.comLaunching tomorrow starting at $80 for a single line....
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