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Detecting Ransomware Using File Server Auditing

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According to a report published by the FBI on April 29, 2016, the number of ransomware attacks have doubled in the past year, and are likely to increase at a rapid pace. To make matters worse, cybercriminals have started launching ransomware-as-as-service affiliate programs, which are designed to encourage technically illiterate scammers to launch attacks in exchange for a percentage of the profits.

Download this paper to learn how to detect ransomware using file server auditing.

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