Must Know Ransomware Trends And Forecasts for 2017

Must Know Ransomware Trends And Forecasts for 2017

 

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The world is experiencing cyber attacks from a malware known as ransomware which is holding individuals and businesses to ransom. Ransomware is a type of malware which locks up your data and demands victims to pay a ransom for their release. According to security experts, ransomware is expected to dominate in 2017 more than the previous years. In 2016, ransomware grew in popularity with many businesses experiencing data theft as a result of this malware.

 

Biggest Cyber Attack in History

 

In May 12, 2017 the world experienced the biggest cyber attack in history, bigger than even the Dyn DDoS. Behind this cyber attack which affected big organizations in Europe was a ransomware called WannaCry. During the first few hours of the attack, approximately 200,000 computers were infected. Among those infected by the malware were Renault and NHS. According to reports, hackers behind WannaCry only made $50,000 from the cyber attack which affected 150 countries. The reason for this small payment is because victims are not aware how to pay ransom using Bitcoins. The attackers demand payment through Bitcoins because crypto-currency is difficult to track down.

 

What is ransomware?

 

Ransomware is a sophisticated type of malware which prevents or locks user’s system and threatens to publish or delete the data until a sum of money is paid. Today, we have two types of ransomware; encrypting ransomware and locker ransomware. Encrypting ransomware uses advanced encryption to block users from accessing their files and systems and demands victims to pay a ransom for a decryption key. Examples include CryptoWall and Locky. Locker ransomware is a malware that locks users from their system and files. In this case the system is not encrypted, but is locked. The cyber attackers will demand a ransom to release the data.

 

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Example ransomware message.

 

Expect ransomware attacks to continue even if the volume dips this year

 

The last two years has seen a growth in cyber attacks as a result of ransomware. The trend is unlikely to change in 2017. Most of the ransomware attacks targeted individuals, but organizations have also become victim to these data theft. In 2016, businesses were three times attacked by the malware compared to individuals who were attacked two times. Cyber attackers will target businesses in 2017 because that is where they make more money.

 

Email attachment infection will be common in 2017

 

Email attachment is the most important platform for ransomware attackers because it goes largely undetected. Using advanced phishing tactics, cyber attackers can trick victims and steal their data, demanding a ransom for their release. In 2016 these payment loads were hidden in Microsoft Office macros and JavaScript. According to analysis done by Proofpoint, 96 percent of email phishing used these two types of attachment. Hence it is expected email attachment will continue to be used by ransomware attackers in 2017.

 

New type of ransomware will be released in 2017

 

In 2017, we will not see a decrease in variants of ransomware. Based on 2016 figures of ransomware variants, which saw an increase from 11 times to 30 times, expect ransomware to increase this year. Last year, ransomware attackers made $1 billion from victims. Therefore, cyber attackers will not slow down with ransomware variants in 2017.

 

Rates of ransomware infection will improve when backup data fail

 

The reason why ransomware attacks have not enjoyed much success in terms of money paid is because the victims are backing up their data. Therefore, they would not give in to ransom when they have the same data backed up in another system. With reports showing close to 75% of organizations targeted by ransomware have no security in place to prevent the data theft, businesses should consider backing up their data regularly. The problem with back up as a last resort is that victims of ransomware don’t fully recover their stolen data. This might lead to victims paying ransom to recover the remaining data.

 

If people continue to pay ransom ransomware attack will continue to grow. In 2015 and 29016 we experienced a growth in these attacks and 2017 will see more creative ransomware attacks. For you to mitigate these attacks you need to do the following:

 

  1. Make sure you quarantine any email attachment you receive that has a script file. Also make sure that you scan any emails you receive for suspicious.
  2. Keep your web browser, including plug-ins like Adobe Flash are updated regularly.
  3. In case browser lug-ins are not needed for business purposes, uninstall them and prevent users from reinstalling the same.
  4. Disable macros for Microsoft Office by default and enable it for users who only need macros.
  5. Backup your data regularly.

How Virtual Reality Will Change the Way You Buy

How Virtual Reality Will Change the Way You Buy

 

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Virtual Reality is an innovative technology that can create a totally immersive alternate reality which can virtually make the real world irrelevant. This technology promises to completely transform how you shop online when buying basic things such as clothing to more expensive stuff such as furniture.

 

 

The furniture retail company, IKEA, has already started using virtual reality in its online sales of its merchandise. Consumers can now see what the furniture in IKEA digital catalogues will look like in the home through the help of VR.

 

 

Dressing Room Gap

 

 

Gap recently began an app called Dressing Room using virtual reality that helps users to virtually try clothes on from the safety and comfort of their homes. On a screen, there isn’t much of a difference between one shirt and the next or between one dress and the next, and it might be very difficult to tell whether the cloth is going to fit you or not- of course until you try it on. Thanks to virtual reality and body mapping technologies, customers can now view how a commodity will look on them before they buy.

 

 

College visits aren’t untouched by the virtual reality bug. Students will no longer just interact with glossy, airbrushed images of their would-be colleges in school-issued brochures. They can now log on to the prospective school’s website and get a near-actual feel of their soon-to-be school. It is exciting that high school seniors can go on virtual campus visits of schools instead of making long, expensive, and tedious trips to the colleges for a tour.

 

 

Travel Industry

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Virtual reality will also transform the tourism industry as well. According to a recent survey by YouVisit, it was discovered that when travellers or tourists experience a destination through virtual reality, they are thirteen percent more likely to make the visit than those who don’t experience the destination at all beforehand. This has seen visitor centres turn to virtual reality to draw in visitors and tourists.

 

 

What is more? It is now possible to shop online with friends from very different physical locations. Shopping online is now a social event- contrary to popular opinion that it is a solitary endeavour. For instance, a bride can go shopping for a wedding dress with his bridesmaids who are each in different physical locations.

 

 

Real Estate Industry

 

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If you thought that is all virtual reality can do, then you are in for a rude shock. The technology may also be used in the real estate industry and the sale of cars as well.

 

 

For example, estate agents in Cornwall are using virtual reality headsets to guide prospective house buyers around their favourite homes. A virtual tour of prospective homes is nearly lifelike and offers a far better feel than the standard photographs. In fact, according to one user, if you stand at the top of a flight of stairs in a virtual tour, you’d feel as though you are about to fall down from them. It is, therefore, unsurprising to find people pay for houses they haven’t visited in person but have only interacted with only through virtual reality.

 

 

Virtual Reality Progress

 

 

Virtual reality is also poised to change how people buy cars. With the aid of virtual reality, buyers can give custom directions and details on how they want their car to turn out. The customer can identify the model they want- ranging from the exact finish of the car’s interior to the colour of the car.

 

 

Internet Data Security

 

 

Whenever faced with new technology, make sure you read the terms and conditions check the data security protocols. Do your diligence before giving away your private information.

 

How to Back-up Your Computer on Windows 10

How to Back-up Your Computer on Windows 10

 

Unfortunately, your hard drive can let you down at any time, dragging with it all that it contains. This is why you should regularly back up your files. If your hard drive stops working, these backups will be more than useful, especially if you experience hard drive failure and need data recovery. Windows 8 introduced a backup solution called File History. This is already present in Windows 10. Once you have activated it, this history saves the contents of your libraries once every hour. This program is easy to activate, configure, runs automatically and backs up everything you may ever need.

 

Two things you need to do:

 

  • An external hard drive: To be able to carry out these backups automatically, you need an external hard drive connected by a cable to a USB port of your computer. Windows immediately recognizes it and you just leave it connected so that the backups are done automatically.

 

  • Enable File History: This tool is delivered free of charge with all versions of Windows. But it will not work until it is enabled.

 

For Windows to automatically save your work every hour, follow these steps:

 

  1. Plug in your Disk drive

Plug your hard drive into a USB port on your computer (insert your USB stick into a port on your computer, or a good capacity memory card into your tablet).

 

  1. Open the Control Panel.

Select the System and Security category in the control panel and then click the File History link. The File History window appears. The program will attempt to determine which disk drive it can use for your backup, be sure to select the right drive.  If you need to change disk, click the Select Drive link in the left pane of the window. The Select Drive window appears .

 

  1. Select the drive link

You will find a list of all available media. Click the one you want to use, then click the OK button. If your disk is not displayed, it means that Windows did not recognize it. Unplug it, restart your PC, and reconnect the drive to another USB port. The Select Drive window also has an Add Network Location option. You can use it to choose a device (and a folder) available on your network.

 

  1. Click on the Activate button.

This starts the File History start-up. It is then possible for Windows to ask if you want to share your backups with other members of your home group. Choose Yes if File History is saved on a large hard disk accessible by all, or No if you use a removable media. Windows places your backups in a folder called ‘File History’ of the disc you have chosen. Do not move this folder because Windows may not be able to find it the day you need to restore.

 

5 Things That Slow Down Your Computer – and How to Fix Them

5 Things That Slow Down Your Computer – and How to Fix Them

 

Personal computers including laptops and desktops perform tasks incredibly fast when new. They don’t take ages to boot and programs open within a blink of an eye. However, your PC can suddenly or gradually start hanging up or the system can cut down the speed to a crawl, which is frustrating and time-consuming. Although there are countless probable reasons for system slowdown, this article details the top 5 issues that slow down your computer – and how to fix them:

 

1. Leaving the computer on for many hours

 

Surprisingly, numerous people do not shut down their computers when they leave their work stations but opt to switch to sleep mode. This habit is a prime cause of system slowdown and makes your computer susceptible to many issues. Completely shutting down your computer or rebooting can eliminate most temporary cobwebs plaguing your Windows and even Mac system. Rebooting allows your computer to start with a new slate or fresh Windows Registry and run faster.

 

2. Running many programs concurrently

 

Nearly everyone is culpable of running too many background programs that start automatically when the computer is switched on. You can open Task Manager to view the background programs to see how much RAM they’re consuming and close the heavy memory users that you don’t require. Make certain that your antivirus software isn’t scanning in the background because doing so can slow down the machine.

 

The majority of people open several applications at the same time: A game such as Solitaire, a music player, and a web browser with several tabs open. These many applications can overwork your CPU and result in a slowdown.

 

PRO TIP: Make your computer perform faster by opening only the programs that you really need each time.

 

3. Insufficient memory

 

Loading heavy programs and storing huge files in small and inexpensive PCs eventually depletes hard drive storage space. Insufficient memory causes lagging and inefficiencies in the performance of your PC.

 

PRO TIP: Make certain that you always have at least 20 percent of free space in your hard drive and expand the memory whenever possible.

 

4. Virus infection

 

One of the main symptoms that your computer has malware is sluggish processing. If you suspect virus infection, scan the computer using a malware protection software to clean up your machine and get rid of the threat.

 

5. Wear and tear

 

Like people, old computers are bound to slow down their operations. Even if you repair it, an old computer may not speed up and other issues will still crop up. At such a point, the best option is to buy a new machine to eliminate the annoyance.

The Next Generation of Computer Viruses as Predicted by Futurists

The Next Generation of Computer Viruses as Predicted by Futurists

Computer viruses tend to have a more “virtual” effect on us, as compared to being a “physical” one. After all, you only tend to lose what is present on your PC and aren’t harmed in the real world. Under the guise of a virus attack, hackers tend to steal your data, files, personal information, or the bank accounts in the worst possible case.

 

But, if futurists are to be believed, we will soon find ourselves in a dystopian world where all our Sci-FI horrors would come to life. Even our personal electronics would try to target us, in an attempt to procreate bodily harm! Mentioned here are some such viruses, and many more that may change the face of technology, as we know it today. And create something starkly different.

 

Viruses on Shared Computing Systems

 

The first slew of predictions predicts that future viruses may be able to morph themselves into more sophisticated forms. Such a change in their basic skeletal structure would lead to an intricate formation, and also a higher hit tendency. They would now be able to target a wide array of computers connected to a host server, this would be a far cry away from targeting one computer.

 

Viruses in AI

 

Let’s be very clear, the dystopian future as predicted by Sci-Fi movies may actually become a reality. But, it may be a completely different reality. We wouldn’t be a slave to robots, we would be a slave to our gadgets. Since most of the futuristic robots would be controlled by such gadgets, viruses fashioned to attack such gadgets may also control the robots that are bound to it!

 

Hence, we wouldn’t have robots controlling us, but viruses created by humans controlling us. Ironical, right?

 

Viruses in Electronic Appliances

 

With the onset of IOT ( internet of Things), more and more electrical appliances are getting connected to each other. Such appliances could be easily controlled by either your smartphones or PC. This has made life a lot easier for hackers, as all they need to do is create a virus for the primal system. When in the future, if you see flickering lights and your refrigerator switching itself off, you would know who to blame!

 

Viruses in Human Brain

 

Human brains fitted with chips is the wildest of possibility, but with the rapid pace of development that the world has seen over the years. This geekily crafted story may soon become a reality ( not so soon, though, don’t be overly excited yet! ) But, as is common with anything sporting a computer, or is controlled by a computer. These semi-humans, fitted with such chips, would be vulnerable to an unending array of attacks by such online goons ( Euphemism: hacker ).

 

Imagine a world wherein President’s are controlled by automatons and not their naturalistic leniencies. Signing agreements and bills going from the utterly outrageous to highly condemnable like a nuclear strike. Spooky, right?

 

Comptuer viruses have always been a real threat, but if futurists are to be believed they would soon turn into a “real” threat. A threat that may dole bodily harm on us humans. If such a dystopian, far-flung world in a future is a possibility, then only god or very well built antiviruses may save us!

[Updated 2017] Top 10 Ranking Countries with the World’s Fastest Internet Speeds

[Updated 2017] Top 10 Ranking Countries with the World’s Fastest Internet Speeds

While some countries struggle with internet speeds, there are a select few countries which boast high speed internet. This post looks at 10 countries which have been able to set benchmarks when it comes to high speed internet.

 

1st Fastest Internet Speed: South Korea – 29 Mbps

 

South Korea holds the top position when it comes to world’s fastest internet speeds. The average speed is around 29 Mbps which is around 4.6 times faster than average world speed. The process of speeding up the internet started in 2005 and they use a combination of both VDSL and ADSL technology. It has been in the top 10 list for many years now.

 

2nd Fastest Internet Speed: Norway – 21.3 Mbps

 

Norway ranks second in overall internet speed in the world. The average speed is around 21.3 Mbps. In fact the average speed increased dramatically in the year 2015. At this speed five high quality photos can be downloaded per second. Internet started in this country in 1971 and a combination of ADSL, cable and broadband technology have been the drivers of internet speed. Norway continues to be in this list for the past five to six years.

 

3rd Fastest Internet Speed: Sweden – 20.6 Mbps

 

The average download speed in Sweden is 20.6 Mbps making it third in the list. This means that ordinary people rarely face and download speed issues. The average speed has seen an increase of 32% in the last year alone. They have grown thus far because of usage of ADSL, VDSL, cable internet and optical fiber internet technologies. The growth story perhaps started from 2009 in right earnest. It has been in the list for the past four to five years.

 

4th Fastest Internet Speed: Hong Kong – 19.9 Mbps

 

it would be pertinent to mention that Hong Kong was the first country to touch a download speed of 60 Mbps and this happened in 2013. As of today the average internet speed is 19.9 Mbps. The growth story of internet could be attributed to their focus on broadband technology while other technologies are also used. It has been in this list for many years now.

 

5th Fastest Internet Speed: Switzerland – 18.7 Mbps

 

With an average download speed of 18.7 Mbps, Switzerland stands 5th in the overall internet speed. It has one of the highest broadband penetrations in Europe and replacing dial up with broadband has been the biggest driver of internet speed in this country. It has always remained in the top 10 list for six to seven years now.

 

6th Fastest Internet Speed: Latvia – 18.3 Mbps

 

The average internet speed in Latvia is 18.3 Mbps which is almost three times that of global average. The growth story began in 1999 though the increase in speed is of recent origin. It uses the most modern broadband and fiber net technology which has resulted in it becoming 6th in the overall list. It has been in this list for three to four years now.

 

7th Fastest Internet Speed: Japan – 18.2 Mbps

 

Japan has an average internet speed of 18.2 Mbps which is commendable given the huge number of people who use internet in this country. They are seventh in the list. The seed for today’s high speed network was laid in 1999 with the use of ADSL technology. It has grown over the years and today other technology like DSL and broadband have contributed to increased speed making it 7th in the list. It is one of the few countries working on 100 Gbps internet speed. So-net offers 2 Gbps internet speed which is the fastest today in the world. It has been in this top 10 list ever since such listing was done.

 

8th Fastest Internet Speed: The Netherlands – 17.9 Mbps

 

With an average speed of 17.9 Mbps, The Netherlands is eight in the list. According to a recent report, the country has the highest percentage of households who are using the internet across the European Union. Cable is the most popular form of internet usage and contributes almost 40% to overall internet usage. Fiber optic network is also used and internet is quite old in this country and perhaps around 20 years old. Netherlands has been in this list for around two to three years now.

 

9th Fastest Internet Speed: Czech Republic – 17.8 Mbps

 

Czechoslovakia with an internet speed of 17.8 Mbps comes ninth on the list. Their speed is almost the same as that in USA. It can help you to watch HD videos. They use a combination of cable, ADSL and HDSL technologies. The growth story of internet in this country is just around 10 to 12 years old. Czech Republic has been a recent entry to this list.

 

10th Fastest Internet Speed: Finland – 17.7 Mbps

 

Finland has an average internet download speed of 17.7 Mbps which is quite fast when compared to the world average. This is perhaps because of a state push to the usage of internet and it has started happening since 2010. Each and every Finnish citizen was offered at least one Mbps connection, which is extremely slow. But with aggressive private participation, the average speeds have increased quite dramatically. Finland is a new entry into this list and must be around two to three years old.

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