2017 Petya malware actually irreversibly wipes data – SlashGear


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2017 Petya malware actually irreversibly wipes data
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It smelled like a ransomware and talked like a ransomware but, in fact, it was worse than a ransomware. Although it has been labeled as a strain of a 2016 ransomware, this year's “Petya” malware has been mislabeled. According to cybersecurity outfit
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