And that means that there's now a financial incentive for going after just about anything. While the payoff of going after businesses' networks used to depend on the long play—working deep into the network, finding and packaging data, smuggling it back out—ransomware attacks don’t require that level of sophistication today. It's now much easier to convert hacks into cash.
The individual at home on their computer should have more control and frankly more sense than to click willy-nilly on attachments.Are you talking about the average Hughesnet user? The one that will blame Hughesnet when they get the ransomware? Surely you jest.