When the CPU utilization on a computer is high, games become less responsive, frame rate goes down, and gameplay stutters. To diagnose these problems, users will commonly open process manager utilities such as Task Manager, Process Explorer, or Process Hacker to determine if any processes are using too much of the CPU power.
Chinese authorities have arrested 15 people on suspicion of developing, selling or promoting game-cheating apps for the PUBG (PlayerUnknown's BattleGrounds) game.
This was an interesting week for ransomware with various government servers being infected with VevoLocker, a new ransomware attack again HP iLO remote management interfaces, and the KCW Ransomware targeting web sites in Pakistan.
When ransomware developers achieve huge media buzz like we saw with the PUBG Ransomware, it is not surprising to see other developers creating copycats. This is the case with two new in-development ransomware programs, if we can even call them that, for both Minecraft and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO).
Not too much new ransomware released this week, but rather just general ransomware news. One item of interest was the joke ransomware called PUBG Ransomware that made you play Player's Unknown Battleground in order to decrypt your files. Other than that, it was just news about new variants that were released or about variants.
In what could only be a joke, a new ransomware has been discovered called "PUBG Ransomware" that will decrypt your files if you play the game called PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.