A cybersecurity software company, Check Point has discovered a malware called “Gooligan” which infects Android devices to access user’s information and data on Google apps such as Gmail, Drive, and Photos. The malware will steal the device’s owner email address and login information once it installs itself onto the Android device.
You may check if your account has been breached by entering your email address associated with your Android devices at the Gooligan Checker website HERE.
Ransomware is a type of malware that restricts access to the infected computer and victims have to pay a ransom before the restriction is removed.
Ransomware renders the computer unusable by:
Users can protect themselves against ransomware with the following good security habits:
Ransomware victim SHOULD NOT make any ransom payment due to the reasons stated below:
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