Securing your website entails putting safeguards in place to keep hackers, bugs, and other online nasties out. Otherwise, your data may be jeopardized, your website may crash and you may even lose money.
RedAlert (N13V) is a piece of malicious software that is classified as ransomware, a type of malware that encrypts data and demands payment to decrypt it. This ransomware is multi-platform; the Windows variant is known as RedAlert, while the Linux VMware ESXi server-targeting version is known as N13V.
Data protection is the act of preventing crucial data from being corrupted, compromised, or lost. It gives the capacity to restore the data to a usable state if rendered unavailable or inaccessible.
Zeppelin ransomware is a variant of the Buran ransomware, that operates as Ransomware as a Service (this involves selling or renting ransomware to buyers.) This malware is used by threat actors to target a variety of businesses and critical infrastructure organizations, including the medical and healthcare industries
Cerber, also known as CRBR Encryptor, is a ransomware-type malware that infects computers and encrypts a variety of file types, such as .jpg, .doc, .raw, .avi, etc.