Fujifilm Gives The Bird To Ransomware Gang



The ransomware industry has been exploding directly impacting individuals, billion-dollar corporations, and even government facilities forcing them to pay millions of dollars to get their data back.

Last month Fujifilm also got hit with a ransomware attack and guess how much they paid?

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Unlike the thousands of other companies we hear about in the nightly news, Fujifilm gave the ransomware gang a one-finger salute and told them to go pound sand.

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  1. The ransomware industry has been exploding directly impacting individuals, billion-dollar corporations, and even government facilities forcing them to pay millions of dollars to get their data back.

    Last month Fujifilm also got hit with a ransomware attack and guess how much they paid?

    Unlike the thousands of other companies we hear about in the nightly news, Fujifilm gave the ransomware gang a one-finger salute and told them to go pound sand.

    How did they do it?

    Watch and see and provide your thoughts in the comment area below the video.

    Also, I'm running a giveaway for a signed copy of the brand new book "How To Create A Digital Fort Knox – Backing Up Your Digital Life".

    All you need to do a be a subscriber of the channel, comment below, and signup for my newsletter at https://jcristina.com/join

    I will send a newsletter out on Friday with the winner!

    If you would like to get a FREE copy of the Prologue to this book simply visit https://jcristina./com/books

    💎 Best of luck to everyone!

    0:00 Introduction

    1:00 How To Create A Digital Fort Knox

    1:44 Giveaway Information

    2:20 JSB Hit With Ransomware Attack

    2:50 Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack

    3:36 Ransomware Explanation

    5:40 How To Safeguard Your Data

    6:20 Fujifilm Hit With Ransomware Attack

    [ Channel Membership ]

    YouTube has recently made Memberships available to this channel. The great thing about this is that I can now provide perks for becoming a channel member as a way of giving back and saying thank you! Simply click the JOIN button under any of my hundreds of videos.

    If you enjoy my content and are thinking about contributing to the channel by becoming a member, I thank you in advance for your generosity. Rest assured, I will continue to make quality unbiased content and build this amazing community of fellow creatives.

    For business relations please contact me at https://jcristina.com/contact

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  2. You are right on the money with this. It is VERY EASY to set up your company or your countries utility system to NOT have critical systems online or connected in any way to the internet. No one does it as, being a former IT Director, the CEOs never give you budget to do it but always have a big budget for their marketing teams laptops and phones.

    The world is now in the time of cyber and information war and the old farts need to realise that Russia is no longer the enemy of the west. It is the country that has stated they are specifically fighting the west and the US, China. It is so very easy to use a VPN into Russia, or do a bunch of hacks to hop your way into Russia so it looks like the attack is coming from there, and it sure fools a lot of western leaders who are simply ignorant or senile.

    As for back ups, yes. Snapshots will help you immensely. I use Synology for this reason as it is easy to set up back ups and snap shots on a regular schedule.

    One warning about Unraid. Its security isn’t the best thing so do not have it internet facing.. Use a VPN to call home and tunnel through it for access while away.

  3. I don't know about people who didn't pay for Ransome but I know EA and CD Project Red didn't. They paid ransom either because they didn't have a backup or didn't want their source codes leaked.

  4. you go Fujifilm, so glad to see its not impossible to actually fend off these leaches. It cant be that hard to keep a back-up of everything, offline, and that is not accessible by anybody that shouldn't access it. Simplistic I know but, cant be that hard with all the smart software engineers that are around today.
    Bryan, from Australia.

  5. Thanks for the heads up on this important issue. I just have a home system but am backed up everywhere: 1-All data on OneDrive, 2-Entire disk backed up with imaging software in two places, one connected to the computer at all times with nightly backup and the other a periodic, air-gapped backup on an external disk. Would love to learn more about what you know about it. Bruce R

  6. Do you know how they rebuild all ???Regarding back up, I was thinking about a NAS, but bringing it here is super, super expensive. Nas of synology. Plus the disks… for now, I will stick to some external drives, though I always have 2 of them with the same images. And many photos within the cloud. There is also de DAS, but it's still expensive to bring down, and my fear is, what happens if it doesn't work or fail ? I can't send it back!!!!!! Geez such a headache this stuff. Just these days I was precisely making order in my copies! Congratulations for the book!

  7. Dear Jay, I hope you are feeling better today. Just wanted to share with you the tea that we use here. We call it the "wake up the dead" Or levanta muertos hahaah, Just pour hot (not boiling ) water over slices of a half a lemon, and a finger of sliced ginger, plus 2 full spoons of good honey (Not altered) . Let it sip for a bit, and pour it into a thermo( is that the word). Drink a full littre through the day. (Pls excuse my grammar mistakes) This tea works sooo well ! Also have some hot shower vapors ! Thanks for the video, didn't know about Fuji's being attacked. Love 4 u all up there!

  8. First, kudos to Fujifilm. Second, I can't believe that in the 21st century, that ransomware is even a thing. I have terabytes of data, and it's all backed-up. And it's all automated, and it's all super cheap. Third, I think insurance companies are the scourge of the earth. But obviously they can't pay for this over and over. There should be an "approved" back-up method, and before you can get this type of insurance, your org must be "approved". Finally, kudos to Joe for writing this book and I hope I win a copy.
    P.S. I'm a retired software developer and I once had a gig with an insurance company (AN INSURANCE COMPANY !!). The credentials for ALL their PRODUCTION SQL Server databases was: ID=admin and a blank password (which is the default credential when any database is installed). SERIOUSLY??
    P.P.S. Joe, you should contact every business school in the U.S. and have them make your book part of their curriculum.

  9. Who is to say those companies that paid the ransomware to get their data back doesnt have another hidden ransomware attack a few months down the line?? Paid once, and the hackers will think they will pay again….
    Just my 2 cents…

  10. I was unaware of the attack on Fujifilm.
    Kudos to them. Hope the rest of the corporates take a leaf out of Fujifilm's book and make this menace less and less practical/ feasible.

  11. Way back in the early 2000s our school district was hit by a clumsy ransomware attempt and our outstanding IT guy calmly shut us all down and went after our off-site backup and used it to reconstruct our system. After 1-1/2 days all our school buildings, administrative and operations offices were back online.

  12. Just landed in PR for well earned holidays! I’ll be here 5 weeks with my girls!!! Wooohooooo. Anyway, great video as always big brother! Fuji is always silent but one step ahead, always! Backing up is something so important lives are lost every day because of data loss! It is simple if you are in the digital game the only way to win is backing up everything multiple times. Not doing so is just asking for KO via jab (embarrassing). At work we have a 50 layer 3 realms system. That is Cloud, Physical digital and if all hell brake loose we still have paper book with something 1,000 more durable than paper but with the same weight and texture. Then we split those in 50 different locations with completely different safety protocols and a cherry on top! DOD just does it better! So I have my own little systems going on but I will love to read your book! Hey best wishes to you and your loved ones, hope you feel better, go a drink ginger, garlic and lemon with little to no water! You’ll feel great!!!!

  13. Data backups are important. I hope more companies deny the scammers, by not paying out. I will add that besides ransomware data breaches are pretty common too. While I can't control how my data is stored on banks, insurance, hospitals and municipalities one then that helps is changing passwords and strong unique passwords for each account you create.

  14. Even the Linux kernel maintainers have to deal with security issues. University of Minnesota has been barred from further contributions because 2 researchers submitted insecure code to the mainstream kernel development, to demonstrate that flawed code could be inserted as proof of concept (white hat) hacking vulnerabilities.
    Code (and code execution) is only as good as the people using/writing it are.

    Once again we have met the enemy and it is us!

    When's the full book due out? Sounds like a good read.

    Also you should do a deep dive regarding networked storage, especially with creatives in mind. We all create massive amounts of stored data. Ransom ware is just the tip of the iceberg. Drive failure, reliability rates for drives, redundancy, crisis preparedness, raid vs. jbod vs. multi drive, multi format storage, public vs private cloud…. encryption….
    Passwords.,..
    Phish (the band)
    Phishing (the email)

  15. Surprised to see that often ordinary users do a much better job of keeping their data safe than the big boys, do those big organizations even care?

  16. For the last 20 years or so it has always been cheaper to insure than protect. In the old days it was the banks that used insurance instead of protecting their customers. There is too many out there that think with a keyboard instead of their brain. Common sense is a thing of the past because people have been brainwashed into believing all the computer and phone companies have been taking people's brains and placing it into ones and zeros. You are right to think the day of insurance companies covering this kind of stuff. Time to wake up and smell the coffee. I love the fact you call it the way it is.

  17. Question, assuming I back up to a cloud drive. Is there any protection against ransomware attacks for the cloud based files? The ones which are synched but still on my drive and the ones in the cloud only?

  18. I back up my stuff on a regular basis and also restore it to a backup computer to make sure all the data is valid. And I am just an amateur photographer. No one depends on my data. Plan ahead and it is so simple.

  19. Fujifilm obviously was doing most of the right things to be able to erase infected machines and do a complete restore world-wide all within 3 days.

    There must have been some mistakes somewhere somehow for the Ransomware infection to happen in the first place. I bet they learned much from this incident even though they were so well prepared initially.

  20. RJBRINLEY
    Fuji figured it out and we all should be protecting and backing up our data to avoid these pitfalls from hackers. We have all been forewarned but lack the spark to act.
    Continue on Mr. Cristina!

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