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What is Computer Virus & Ransomware

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A Computer Virus Is A Type Of Malicious Software That, When Executed, Replicates Itself By Modifying Other Computer Programs And Inserting Its Own Code. The Term "Virus" Is Also Commonly, But Erroneously, Used To Refer To Other Types Of Malware.

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What is Computer Virus & Ransomware

  1. 1. Name : Ganesh Dilip Kamble Batch No : BCBF 2018-2578 CITI
  2. 2. What is Computer Virus ?
  3. 3. A Computer Virus Is A Type Of Malicious Software That, When Executed, Replicates Itself By Modifying Other Computer Programs And Inserting Its Own Code. The Term "Virus" Is Also Commonly, But Erroneously, Used To Refer To Other Types Of Malware. He Term 'Computer Virus' Was First Formally Defined By Fred Cohen In 1983.
  4. 4. Types of Computer Virus 1. Boot Sector 2. File Infection 3. Overwrite 4. Worm 5. Trojan 6. Ransomware
  5. 5. Ransomware Is A Type Of Malware That Prevents You From Using Your Computer Or Accessing Certain Files Unless You Pay A Ransom. It Often Encrypts Files So That They Cannot Be Opened. Ransomware Starting from Around 2012 The Use of Ransomware Scams Has Grown Internationally. There Have Been 181.5 Million Ransomware Attacks in The First Six Months of 2018.
  6. 6. Examples Of Ransomware. WannaCry NotPetya Bad Rabbit Reveton CryptoLocker CryptoWall
  7. 7. Before Affected Ransomware After Affected Ransomware How To Work Ransomware
  8. 8. If Your Computer Is Infected with Ransomware.
  9. 9. If You Have a Recent System Backup, You Can Revert to A Saved State Before the Ransomware Infected Your Computer Search for an Internet Security Utility That Can Remove the Specific Ransomware Installed On Your System. Pay The Ransomware Fee and Contact Your Bank or Credit Card Company to Block the Transaction

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