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Dr.Web training course will help users shield themselves from encryption ransomware

May 4, 2017

Doctor Web invites all Dr.Web community members, as well as anyone interested in protecting their system against encryption ransomware, to get acquainted with the company’s new training materials and take the course exam for DWCERT-070-6 "Protection from encryption ransomware for Windows PCs and file servers". Users who pass the exam will be awarded points and Dr.Weblings.

We invite you to study our DWCERT 070-6 course on how to avoid encryption ransomware, and then take the course exam.

According to Doctor Web's statistics, in over 90% of incidents, users are to blame for the encryption ransomware that gets launched on their computers. This means that almost all the incidents to date could have been prevented if the victims had been informed in time about the dangers of ransomware, knew how they are commonly distributed, observed the necessary precautions, and configured their system’s anti-virus protection properly.

Doctor Web has prepared the course DWCERT-070-6 "Protection from encryption ransomware for Windows PCs and file servers" for everyone who wants to prevent system infections and know more about the threat of Trojan.Encoder programs. We invite users to study the course materials and take the exam. In addition to the course materials, users need to study Doctor Web's policy regarding the free recovery of files that have been corrupted by encryption ransomware.

For each exam passed, Doctor Web awards 100 points and 10 Dr.Weblings, which as per usual can be used in monthly auctions or exchanged for gift certificates that can be used to purchase Dr.Web at a discount.

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