Virus holds computer files ransom
SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - By Elizabeth Rawlins
A computer virus is holding files hostage. Hackers are targeting people and businesses across the nation. It's called Cryptolock. It comes in the form of an email from what appears to be a legitimate business. Once you click on the link in the email, you become its next hostage. Joel Gulick, CFO of Computer Solutions, says some customers received an email from what they thought was UPS. It included a tracking number link for a package.
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