Imagine waking up one day to find that all your important data, such as photos and documents, has been erased with no way to restore them. A scary thought, right? As technology evolves, so does the way we store valuable data. Let’s face it, users do not keep a hard copy of every photo or document they have on their computer. With their busy daily routines, people are so used to storing data on electronic devices for quick access.
The problem is that few users are in the habit of keeping backups, especially on a separate device such as a portable hard drive or USB stick. By not preparing for the worst, they become the perfect victims of a Wiper malware attack.