Challenges of System Administrators
Hackers are constantly developing new versions of ransomware. Ransomware attacks are becoming ever more advanced. They usually begin with an attempt of social engineering, typically phishing. When the first stage of the attack is successfully completed, the targeting of system security devices begins. Just as all other devices, security devices have their drawbacks and vulnerabilities. The quality of protection depends on regular updating and verification of the configuration from a cybersecurity point of view.
Is the network effective enough in blocking such attacks if employees are subject to social engineering? Test the Ransomware Simulator and see how resilient your network is.
How does Ransomware Simulator work
Install the Ransomware Simulator on the device on your network and run it. The test contains 20 different types of scenarios with ransomware and one with cryptocurrency, which checks for the presence of revealed passwords. The test takes 5 minutes, and you can see the results right away. The test does not use your own files.
Ransomware Simulator is designed for workstations running Windows 7 or later. It does not modify existing files on disk, but it numbers all files on local disks for simulation purposes. Due to encryption, simulation files are downloaded from the Internet.
- 100% harmless simulation of real ransomware and cryptomining infections.
- Insights about your endpoint security.
- The result that will tell you whether or to what extent your workstation is vulnerable.
*You will be redirected to the KnowB4 page where you submit the form and order the free tool.