Samas changes the way a Ransomware operates

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  1. Dan

    Thanks for the notice; at least when hacks using nw.js and .onion sites in their schemes try to work around advances in thwarting similar but polymorphic ransomware, they run (for now) into the risk of code which can be detected by signatures/behaviors in “traditional” anti-malware. I’m still “in” on beta testing stuff like MBAM anti-ransomware inter alia, hoping for continued Defender progress, cheers!

  2. Dan

    Thanks for the notice; at least when hacks using nw.js and .onion sites in their schemes try to work around advances in thwarting similar but polymorphic ransomware, they run (for now) into the risk of code which can be detected by signatures/behaviors in “traditional” anti-malware. I’m still “in” on beta testing stuff like MBAM anti-ransomware inter alia, hoping for continued Defender progress, cheers!

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