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August 26, 2016, 06:53:38 PM
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Bitcoin is a legitimate technology that’s being exploited by extortionists for ransomware

That’s the conclusion of a spot-on analysis by Danny Palmer in ZDNet this week...

http://coincenter.org/link/bitcoin-is-a-legitimate-technology-that-s-being-exploited-by-extortionists-for-ransomware


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August 26, 2016, 11:07:11 PM
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Of course criminals are using Bitcoin as a payment option with these kind of practises. The only way to stop this is to never pay anything. Just make sure you at all times have a back-up of your system and files. Then you can secure erase your HDD and put the back-up back on that drive, and you're done.

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