As Check Point Research reveals, digital cameras are a great choice for ransomware as they typically contain photos that are of high value to the owner. Maybe it’s an album of photos from a recent holiday, a wedding, or some other event we’d all hate to lose the memory of. In other words, we’d be more willing to pay to get them back.
Check Point recorded the video you see below to demonstrate how easy it is for your DSLR camera to be infected:
Read the full report here: https://research.checkpoint.com/say-cheese-ransomware-ing-a-dslr-camera/