Bad Rabbit Ransomware Attack Blocked by Check Point SandBlast Anti-Ransomware





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Published on Oct 25, 2017

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A new ransomware attack called Bad Rabbit has struck organizations in Eastern Europe, and is now spreading to Turkey and Germany. Russian media outlets were among the first to report the ransomware, along with transportation systems in Ukraine.

The malware is spread by a fake Flash update installer. Like the WannaCry and Petya cyber attacks, the Bad Rabbit ransomware attack could have been prevented. Ransomware and other malwares are not the new normal.

Don’t let preventable attacks such as Bad Rabbit ransomware compromise your organization, community, or infrastructure.

Watch this video to understand what ransomware is, and why being a target of cyber attacks is an unnecessary emergency. Then, read the whitepaper, “The Next Cyber Attack Can Be Prevented,” to learn five actionable strategies to avoid being tomorrow’s ransomware headline.


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