Friday, 21 October 2016


Ransomware: a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. It stops you from using a PC/system with the only reason of ‘ransom’. There could be different type of ransomware but with a common intention to prevent you from using a system. They can affect any PC users, whether it’s a home computer, endpoints in an enterprise network, or servers used by a government agency or healthcare provider.

Ransomware can:
It can prevent you from accessing Windows.
It can encrypt files so you can't use them.
It stops certain apps from running (like your web browser).

Issue: Ransomware will demand that you pay money (a “ransom”) to get access to your PC or files. We have also seen them make you complete surveys.

Techchef Data Recovery Suggests:There is no guarantee that paying the fine or doing what the ransomware tells you will give access to your PC or files again.

Contact us to get your data back:
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