You attempt to log on to your computer, but it is non-responsive. Other users are also having trouble logging on. The system becomes so slow that it is non-functional. Is it an encryption attack? Is there some sort of malware affecting the network that will result in some form of extortionate demand? Or is it something else? Could it be that someone has “cryptojacked” the network?Read more »
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