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SECURITY ALERT ADVISORY
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A ransomware cyberattack has disrupted computer systems in several countries on xxx-2017. According to intelligence sources, unknown hackers have targeted a software vulnerability exploits the same vulnerability as the WannaCry ransomware that propagated last month. The malware, Petrwrap, like its predecessor WannaCry, encrypts data on infected computers and holds it for ransom demanding payment to release the decryption key. This so-called ransomware program spreads by exploiting vulnerabilities on unpatched and vulnerable Microsoft Windows operating systems.
Corporate Security and IT teams are actively monitoring the situation.
What You Should Do
To protect Company and Client Systems:
- Do not click on any suspicious links or open email attachments from unknown sources.
- Ensure your anti-virus is up-to-date and has the latest DAT version (8573.0000). Click the McAfee icon on your task bar, select About and scroll to DAT. If you have an older DAT version click Update Security from the McAfee icon.
- Disconnect your PC from the LAN/Wifi/ Internet in case your computer is behaving suspiciously, and report any concerns to Corporate Security immediately
- If you are onsite at a client location using a client provided computer, please follow the Client Helpdesk procedure for any support questions or concerns.
To protect your personal devices:
· Update your systems to include the latest patches and software updates
· Make sure you have antivirus software and that it is automatically updating on a regular basis
· Do not click on or download unfamiliar links or files in emails
· Back up your data to prevent possible loss