Zebra Ransomware Stopper is deployed in minutes. At that time, decoy files are written with the goal of drawing ransomware that infiltrates the system
The system owner is alerted to a potential ransomware attack. They will be presented with a pop-up prompt asking to confirm if they began an encryption process. If the answer is no, or there is no response, the threat is considered to be a ransomware attack.
After ransomware has been confirmed, Zebra Ransomware Stopper isolates the process, shuts it off and ends the encryption process. This isolates and stops the ransomware.
infected system is shutdown to prevent further spread.
No. Zebra Ransomware Stopper is a last line of defense, meaning that it is activated once ransomware has infected a system and begins to encrypt files. You should consult a cybersecurity expert on other precautions you will need to take as well as services that can prevent ransomware from infecting a system in the first place.
Strongly communicating to staff security proceedures and having a strong firewall and anti-virus in place is an excellent start.
Once installed, Zebra Ransomware Stopper requires little interaction. The software operates passively in the background while your server or desktop perform normal tasks. Rarely will you need to manage or monitor ZRS.
There is no guarantee your system will succesfully repel all ransomware. However, Zebra Ransomware Stopper has a history or operating affectively on other systems and its effectiveness can be demonstrated. PLease see this video demonstration to get an idea of how effectively ZRS repels an extremely fast-acting ransomware. Watch ZRS stop a live encryption process.