Using Eyetracker to Find Ways to Mitigate Ransomware

  title={Using Eyetracker to Find Ways to Mitigate Ransomware},
  author={B. Arief and Andy Periam and Orçun Çetin and J. Hernandez-Castro},
Ransomware is a form of malware designed to prevent access to data by either locking out the victims from their system or encrypting some or all of their files until a ransom has been paid to the attacker. Victims would know that they had been hit by ransomware because a ransom demand (splash screen) would be displayed on their compromised device. This study aims to identify key user interface features of ransomware splash screens and see how these features affect victims’ likelihood to pay… Expand
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