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Ransomware-Game

Play our interactive online game focusing on ransomware and find out how to react correctly in a worst case scenario.

The game presents you with a seemingly everyday situation at the office – only for you to then become the target of cyber-criminals. The aim is to recognise the ransomware attack as quickly as possible and react accordingly. Players have the option to make various decisions in the game. If you successfully click your way through the tasks, you receive a personal assessment and further information all around the topic of protecting yourself against hacker attacks at the end of the game.

 

Ransomware (encryption Trojans) is a certain family of malware. This usually spreads via malicious e‑mail attachments or infected websites. Once installed, ransomware will encrypt files on its victims’ computers and on any network drives and storage media connected to them (for instance USB sticks). Victims are then unable to use these encrypted files again.

Go to our ransomware article

You would like to use this ransomware game internally or integrate it into your website?

No problem! This game can and may be used any way you see fit and to integrate it into your awareness campaign. To do so, use the following links:

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