Linked: Ransomware victims thought their backups were safe. They were wrong
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Linked: Ransomware victims thought their backups were safe. They were wrong

The backup has to be offline, disconnected from the computer that gets infected. “Keeping a backup copy of vital data is a good way of reducing the damage of a ransomware attack: it allows companies to get systems up and running again without having to pay off the crooks. But that backup data isn’t much…

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