Browsing articles in "Ransomware"
Adobe Ransomware belongs to Ransomware Family, which is distributed by spam emails, fake software updater, Trojans, and third party download sources.
The GandCrab V4 Ransomware was released with numerous changes. These changes include a different encryption algorithms, a new .KRAB extension, a new ransom note name, and a new TOR payment site.
A new and active Ransomware is Deep where attackers are hacking into computers with Internet accessible Remote Desktop Services.
Newly Discovered RedEye Ransomware spreading via Twitter and target the victims to encrypt the data and lock the file to demand the ransom amount in Bitcoin.
A new and active campaign for the CryptON Ransomware is currently underway where attackers are hacking into computers with Internet accessible Remote Desktop Services.
A new variant of the Crysis/Dharma Ransomware uploaded ID-Ransomware site. This new version will append the .Bip extension to encrypted files.
GandCrab version 3 was released earlier this week with a few noticeable changes. The most noticeable change is the addition of a desktop background.
Team Kerala Cyber Warriors, a hacking group based out of India, have begun to install ransomware on web sites based out of Pakistan.
A new in-development ransomware was discovered that has an interesting characteristic.
A new ransomware has been discovered that is based off of the “InfiniteTear” ransomware family, of which BlackRuby and Zenis are members.