Malware is any software intentionally designed to cause damage to a computer, server, client, or computer network. Malware does the damage after it is implanted or introduced in some way into a target's computer and can take the form of executable code, scripts, active content, and other software
Digitpol’s Cyber Crime Investigation experts investigate malware and have developed skill-sets to remove malware and to recover lost or encrypted data.
Malware infection can happen to anyone while browsing the internet or downloading files, opening documents, pictures, emails and other forms of digital attachments.
When you’ve got windows popping up all over the browser, You’re computer starts to run slower, its likely you’re PC or tablet just got infected. You need need to detect what is infected and have it removed before it spreads further. The most important is to disconnect from the Internet and call us or send us an email. We are able to identify the malware and remove it.
The general advice is not to pay the ransom. By sending your money to cybercriminals you’ll only confirm that ransomware works,
and there’s no guarantee you’ll get the decryption key you need in return.
Digitpol’s computer forensics experts investigate, analyse and recover forensic data from computers, portable devices and hard disk drives.
We specialise in recovery of data from mobile and portable devices. Portable devices are proven to be valuable sources of information in the majority of investigations.
Cloud data sources represent a virtual goldmine of potential evidence for forensic investigators. Together with mobile device data, they often capture the details and critical connections investigators need to solve crimes. However, access remains a challenge.