Skip to main content

How to Protect your Windows against Ransomware attacks

How to Protect your Windows against Ransomware attacks

How to Protect your Windows against Ransomware attacks - We have heard about threat posed by Ransomware in the past. The Ransomware attack was the next after WannaCry attacks in the Month of May, 2017. So, in order to protect system from attacks, the security experts and manufactures need to concern. They indulged more and created many protective walls against these severe attacks.

There are many free Anti Ransomware tools available in the market today. The most reliable one is the AppCheck Anti Ransomware. It is very much simple to install the setup and be sure that real time protection and MBR protection value is ON. The article will focus on features of the AppCheck Anti-Ransomware.

Some of the features of AppCheck Anti-Ransomware is explained below –

  • RansomShelter

It is indulged in creating backup files from time to time. Although we have mechanism to backup files in Windows but RansomShelter is different. It protects the backup data during Ransomware attack, despite only creating backup.

  • Self-Protection tool –

What will happen when Ransomware attacks the AppCheck application itself. In that case the AppCheck tool will protect itself saving its own files.

  • Proactive Protection against Ransomware and damaged files

The Ransomware attack would lock data till you pay the ransom amount. In such case user can't log on to the machine and recover the backup data. In that case AppCheck helps you to detect the known behavior of Ransomware and roll back changes using CARB engine. So, recovery can be done despite being affected by the Ransomware attacks.

  • MBR/GPT Protection – The Ransomware attack would affect the two main files of the system making it difficult to reuse the system in any manner. These files are MBR (Master Boot Record) and GPT (GUID Partition Table). The tool would protect the system by thwarting almost any attempt by Ransomware to hijack your system.

Popular posts from this blog

When Task Scheduler gets Infected by Malware

When Task Scheduler gets Infected by Malware

When Task Scheduler gets Infected by Malware - We are familiar with malware attacks on Computer. The hackers infect one or more files and thereby attaining full control on the System. There are millions of victims who had loosen either data or dollars in this respect. In this article we see a System file which is infected by these hackers at first stage. The System file infected by malware at first stage is Task Scheduler Engine (Taskeng.exe). The Task Scheduler Engine is a system file located in C:\Windows\System32 folder. This location is the default location for Taskeng.exe.

The Task Scheduler Engine is responsible for keeping track of tasks set to run at a time predefined by the user of the PC. As said earlier, the original location of this scheduler is C:\Windows\System32 folder. But it is suspicious if the location of scheduler gets change. If it is found in some other folder then it must be infectious. As a result, you constantly get a…

How to Project Android Phone Screen on Windows PC

How to Project Android Phone Screen on Windows PC

Project Android Phone Screen on Windows PC - Four out of Five of us have Smartphones in our Pocket. We spend lots of time on Smartphone utilities like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, YouTube and other interesting Apps. These Smartphones are tremendously used due to Android Operating System installed in it. Android OS is one the successful mobile based OS running in the market.

On the Other side, Microsoft is emphasizing on features to ease Android user's connectivity with it. Microsoft has done lots of improvement for mobile utilities to the Windows 10 version 1809. With this upgradation, we can easily project Android phone screen on Windows PC. The extensive use of such features is seen on Digital Smart TVs Today. The introduction of Wi-Fi feature makes more reliable and user friendly.

So, if you are boredom with 5-6-inch Android Screen and want to mirror it on Computer screen, then read the full article to know the process, how to proj…

Fix Windows could not find a driver for your network adapter error

Fix Windows could not find a driver for your network adapter error

A Computer run smoothly with the coordination of Software & Hardware. In the absence of any one it will not run at all. Software being the Master utilizes each hardware attached to the System. And each hardware is operated with the help of Device Drivers installed in it. Operating System (OS) uses these device drivers to control & utilize each hardware when needed. Each hardware connected to the system must have their own Device Driver installed. A device driver is a program to initiate a hardware when required by Operating System.

Suppose, you want your PC to connect to the Network, it can only be possible when your PC has network related Device Driver. These Device Drivers are easily downloaded from Manufacturer Websites. In this article we focus on Network related problem. Suppose, your PC not obtaining Network connectivity. And each time you are getting an error message saying "Windows could not find a d…