**Wiki-Link I was just made aware of a bit of "RANSOMWARE"** Making the rounds (via e-mail) I'm afraid to click on any of the Sites that PROMISE To Remove such things to get the Down 'N' Dirty but I figured I'd give a Heads-Up just in case.
Running my eyes over Google lines... it seems to have been making the rounds since Mid-October and who-ever is putting it out requests $300.00 for the unlucky computer owner to regain the use of his/her computer.
Ted saw it on the News, and warned me about it.. ..does anyone know any more about it? ..and are Apple Products vulnerable to this strain?
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