Browsing articles from "March, 2018"
Last week group of Hackers were able to gain the access of Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN) power company’s computer systems and Encrypted the billing data of their customers.
A new ransomware was discovered called Zenis Ransomware. What is most disturbing about Zenis is that it not encrypts your files, but also purposely deletes your backups.
A new ransomware has been discovered that utilizes the legitimate GnuPG, or GPG, encryption program to encrypt a victim’s files. Currently in the wild, this ransomware is called Qwerty Ransomware and will encrypt a victims files, overwrite the originals, and the append the .qwerty extension to an encrypted file’s name.
GandCrab version 2 was released, which contains changes that supposedly make it more secure and allow us to differentiate it from the original version. In this article we will provide a quick overview as to what has changed and how you can identify that you are infected with the GandCrab Ransomware.