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Ransomware has gone down because sanctions against Russia are making life harder for attackers

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Ransomware has gone down because sanctions against Russia are making life harder for attackers

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  1. IT guy in healthcare, it was nuts here just before the ~~war~~ invasion, we use RSA for everything and are constantly getting hammered.

    Executive email accounts were being locked they were trying to brute force them and we had so many other security initiatives that just stopped mid project after the invasion.

    Hope it stays this way for a while, I’d love to see them beef up security here even more, and buy us some time.

  2. Ok, so I know next to nothing about hacking and these sanctions, so this might be dumb. However, isn’t all that’s needed to get around the sanctions a VPN? Wouldn’t anyone with the knowledge to do hacking be able to set up a VPN, or is it more difficult than that?

What do you think?

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