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SonicWall's GRID Network issued a SonicAlert: Hidden-Tear Kit gives birth to Karmen Ransomware- As expected, this ransonware encrypts various files on the system using the AES-256 encryption protocol rendering the files inaccessible until payment is made to the operators. Such projects make it easy for anyone to become a cyber criminal and generate malicious executable modules that can be used to infect machines on the internet.

 

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SonicWall Security 9.0 with Capture ATP Service is available worldwide today. Leveraging a highly-scalable and redundant architecture, SonicWall Email Security offers an array of deployment options, including on-premise appliances, virtual machine, software and cloud-hosted solutions.

According to the 2017 SonicWall Annual Threat Report, ransomware attacks grew at a tremendous rate in 2016 with email as one of main attack vectors used by cyber criminals. Our response to this growing threat is SonicWall Email Security 9.0, which integrates our award-winning Capture Advanced Threat Protection Service.

SonicWall Email Security 9.0 with Capture Advanced Threat Protection Service provides comprehensive next-generation email security protection to prevent ransomware and emerging zero-day attacks.

This exciting new release demonstrates SonicWall’s continuing efforts to enhance our security portfolio and introduce innovation to our solutions to protect customers against new and evolving threats in 2017 and beyond.

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Check out these two exciting features in the new SonicOS 6.2.6!

SonicWALL Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Service and Content Filtering Service 4.0 are designed to help you address your customers’ security issues.

It’s time to upgrade your customers to generation 6 firewalls

"From October 31, 2016 all support and security services prices for end of life generation 5 TZ and NSA will increase. This is the perfect opportunity to upgrade your customers to generation 6 firewalls. Contact your SonicWALL distributor for an updated price list.

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EDBI, the investment arm of the Economic Development Board, recently invested in two tech firms.

The first is RetailNext, a California-based retail analytics solutions provider that is expanding its Singapore operations on the back of the EDBI funding.

RetailNext automatically collects and analyses data about shoppers' behaviour and provides retailers with insights to improve the brick-and-mortar shopping experience in real time.

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