I have been using Apple products for a long time. In all those years, I have never had a malware issue. That all changed last night. I do have two-factor authentication turned on for my Apple ID. A pop up on my iPhone 7 Plus. It's a request for two-factor authentication from Kalunga, Russia. Obviously, I quickly clicked deny. Then my iPhone 7 Plus and iPad Pro both went into Lost Mode. When I fired up my MacBook Pro, what do I see? Yes, that wonderful Firmware Lock Screen that you enable with Lost Mode asking for my six digit code. Of course, it has the email address "firstname.lastname@example.org" to send an email. Not going to happen. A little research and I find out that this has been going on for a few weeks. It also did not take long to figure out that the only solution to this was a trip to the Apple Store Genius Bar. When I contacted Apple Support they tell me that they would be glad to set the appointment up for Saturday, September 26th! Really? That's the best that they can do? Luckily, the Apple Store at Mall of Georgia has walk in appointments. I will just have to endure the wait. Ransomware Kalunga Russia iCloud Hack is the name of this. I have linked the Apple Support thread. If you have an older Apple product there are solutions that work. But if you have a late model MacBook Pro, you will be going to the Genius Bar. You will also need proof of ownership. This is the order where you purchased your MacBook. I know, what about people who bought it used? Is anyone else having this issue? How did you deal with it? Did you have to break out the passport for a quick trip to Kalunga, Russia?