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With the recent surge in ransomware attacks, it’s becoming harder to keep up with the latest ransomware exploits and vulnerabilities, according to researchers.

Ransomware has exploded in popularity in recent months, and has become so prevalent that even some major companies have fallen victim.

It’s been reported that some major corporations have lost millions in customer data after being the target of ransomware attacks.

The number of ransomware cases has doubled in the last six months, according a report from security company Trend Micro.

The number of known ransomware infections increased by 8% in the first six months of 2017, while the number of active ransomware cases increased by 50%.

In order to stay up-to-date on ransomware, Trend Micro recommends you download a free, reliable, and up-date security report from Symantec.

In a recent report, Symantech warned that its security software, SymANTec Antivirus, is currently experiencing ransomware attacks that have cost it $6.7 million.

As ransomware has become a trend in recent weeks, some companies have started to look for new ways to protect their networks.

A new ransomware campaign known as “Crown” started targeting major corporations on Wednesday, October 13.

It targeted organizations that have more than 50 employees and were using a network management system called WALLET, which is designed to be used by remote workers.

The ransomware campaign demanded money in exchange for the data.

It then demanded that the companies send an email to their IT departments requesting to be paid for the information it collects.

WALLETS was not available for the affected organizations to receive, according the company.

This is not the first time ransomware has hit the corporate world.

Earlier this month, Symantiech warned customers about a ransomware attack targeting large corporations that had more than 5,000 employees.

This attack is believed to be the most sophisticated and costly ransomware attack to date.

Symantek has warned that the ransomware campaign is being orchestrated by a Chinese group, which may be able to evade detection.

The new ransomware attacks have been causing some headaches for Symanteproblems, according Symantebase.

In response to the ransomware attack, Symantlyech reported that it had been hit by more than 1,000 ransomware attacks in the past 24 hours.

Symantlyeprops security researchers said that more than 500 attacks were detected on the Symantemps network alone, and the ransomware campaigns are still spreading around the world.

This article originally appeared on CNN.

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