Looking around it could be due to VPN use, however not too sure how these organisations can pick and track that traffic up.
We are in the processes of checking all out Linux and Windows powered devices and servers, although nothing has cropped up yet.
Your Virgin Media account number: *******
Our Reference: VM****-WannaCry-*******
Your personal data could be at risk of being inaccessible
We have been alerted that one or more of your devices has become infected with ransomware, a type of malicious software that encrypts all the information held on your device and demands a ransom payment in order for the files to be unencrypted.
Virgin Media and its network are not impacted by the ransomware attack. However, we were advised about the potential risk to your data through our work with a number of not-for-profit organisations across the banking industry and security sectors. These organisations collate information on devices across the Internet that appear to be infected by malware.
The WannaCry malware was detected on a device using your internet connection or home network on 13 May 2017.
For advice on how to deal with this problem please visit virginmedia.com/wannacry
Further help & support
If you would like further advice or to verify that this is a genuine Virgin Media communication then our community will be happy to help. Just visit virginmedia.com/community,select 'Help forum' and join in the conversation on the Security Matters board.
The Virgin Media team
Edited by cymru123 (Thu 18-May-17 18:44:26)