By Andrew Jagger-CohenThe ransomware virus that’s sweeping Europe and the US is targeting computers that were not connected to the internet.
This week, the German Federal Office for Information Security (BND) published an update that provides some guidance on how to protect your data and your computers from this ransomware threat.
According to the report, the ransomware will continue to spread if you are connected to a network that’s not secured and you don’t delete files and registry entries.
The BND recommends that you delete all files, especially those that contain sensitive data.
You should also remove all other important documents and other files from your computer, including files that are encrypted with a key that is not currently accessible.
To do this, you should use an application called DeleteAllFiles that you downloaded from the BND’s website.
You can also use an online tool called Ransomware Removal Tool to remove the ransomware.
You should also contact your local cybercrime unit if you think your files are still being used to spread the ransomware, which could make the problem worse.
In order to prevent ransomware attacks, you need to make sure your devices are secure and have backups.
It’s best to remove these files and folders as soon as you can, as the virus can spread rapidly.
If you have not deleted any files or registry entries from your computers yet, you can do so by following the instructions from the update, as explained in the article below.