A new aggressive form of malware has appeared that not only encrypts users’ files, but also leaves the computer unable to boot and load it’s Operating System (“OS”). The program appears to have been influenced by the Petya ransomware found back in March 2016. The good news so far is that the Santana malware isn’t mature yet, and therefore hasn’t been as widespread as some other forms of malware. Read more here at CSO Online.
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