Episode 976 – Colonial Pipeline Back On Line After Paying The Ransom

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One of the most impacting ransomware attacks shut down fuel supply pipelines to the eastern U.S. This episode talks about how the Colonial Pipeline got back online and things you can do to help recover if you ever get hit with ransomware.

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