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What is a ransomware campaign?

A ransomware campaign is a type of malicious cyberattack where malicious actors encrypt a victim's data and demand a ransom payment to decrypt the data.

The ransomware is usually delivered via email or malicious websites, and once the victim's computer is infected, the ransomware will encrypt their data and display a ransom note with instructions on how to pay the ransom. Victims usually have to pay the ransom in cryptocurrency, such as Bitcoin, and the attackers may threaten to delete the data if the ransom is not paid. Victims should never pay the ransom and should seek help from a security expert to help them recover their data.

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