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How to Call Ransomware's Bluff
If your files have been taken over by the CryptoLocker ransomware, you had better hope your backups are current. Sure, you can pay the ransom, but that doesn't guarantee you'll get your files freed from hostile encryption. And if ransomware has taken over all of Windows, your best bet is a bootable rescue CD. But there's a new kind of ransomware spreading, a type that really doesn't have any teeth. I'll explain how to recognize it, and how to call its bluff.
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