Protect your computer against Petya ransomware:

From ESET...

  1. Use reliable antimalware software: This is a basic but critical component. Just because it’s a server, and it has a firewall, does not mean it does not need antimalware. It does! Always install a reputable antimalware program and keep it updated.
  2. Make sure that you have all current Windows updates and patches installed
  3. Run ESET’s EternalBlue Vulnerability Checker to see whether your Windows machines are patched against EternalBlue exploit, and patch if necessary.
  4. For ESET Home Users: Perform a product update
  5. For ESET Business Users:  Send an Update Task to all Client Workstations or update Endpoint Security or Endpoint Antivirus on your client workstations.

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