Microsoft President's Words about Attack
Something Microsoft Posted about responsibility. Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said the following after the weekends attacks: Finally, this attack provides yet another example of why the stockpiling of vulnerabilities by governments is such a problem. This is an emerging pattern in 2017. We have seen vulnerabilities stored by the CIA show up on WikiLeaks, and now this vulnerability stolen from the NSA has affected customers around the world. Repeatedl
Microsoft released an update for XP?
Due to the seriousness of WanaCry... Microsoft Made updates for Severely outdated Operating Systems. I Don't Just Recommend ney I am telling you. Update your PC now! you'll need it unless you want to loose everything. In the past I have tried with the best software tools, the best hash, translators, extraction software to recover the keys and files needed, etc to un-encrypt these things. It has a 80 to 90 percent failure rate. The only ones I was able to help were the pe
WanaCry, Don't panic!
Wanacry Virus. What a storm show that is from our lovely government! Time for best operating practices 101 to help you from getting to this lovely screen. 1) Complete your PC's Microsoft Windows updates. 2) Complete your antivirus updates. And if you have security essentials or webrooooot. Let's be honest and open. In my experience and the German authority that grants certification. One doesn't work well, and the other lost accreditation years ago. Get avast avg or Norton's.