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Here is the Monday cybersecurity tip you need to know.
There’s a new email phishing attack on the loose that uses the Mircop Ransomware.
The email appears as an order confirmation, and it includes a link to a Google Drive file, which makes it look even more legit.
If you click this link, it downloads a program and infects your computer in under 15 minutes.
When this happens, your desktop background is replaced with a bone-chilling ZOMBIE-themed image with instructions on what it is you’re supposed to do.
And at this point, you’ll only be able to use certain web browsers to communicate with the cyber terrorists who attacked your computer so that you can arrange payment.
Be on the lookout for an email with a Google Drive link in it.
And remember, don’t click links unless you know exactly who sent you that email.
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