Ransomware (CryptoLocker)

CryptoLocker

Examples of extortionate ransomware became prominent in May 2005. By mid-2006, Trojans such as Gpcode, TROJ.RANSOM.A, Archiveus, Krotten, Cryzip, and MayArchive began utilizing more sophisticated encryption schemes, with ever-increasing key-sizes. Gpcode.AG, which was detected in June 2006, was encrypted with a 660-bit RSA public key. In June 2008, a variant known as Gpcode.AK was detected. Using a 1024-bit RSA key, it was believed large enough to be computationally infeasible to break without a concerted distributed effort.

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An Introduction to Lucidity IT

Hello all,

I’d like to give you a brief introduction to Lucidity IT.

Lucidity IT is based on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. We offer technical business solutions to the south-east corner, and Australia wide.  We have partnered with key vendors because we believe these vendors offer the ‘big picture’ ideologies that provide actual positive ROI to your organisation.

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