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  1. Some map-based applications that trace the path of the virus across the globe could end up infecting a user’s phone with a virus, the digital kind that is. Spam documents that offer information about the virus through emails and message attachments are also increasing, cyber security firms said. Mumbai | Pune: Web and mobile applications that track the spread of the Covid-19 virus outbreak are also loading ransomware trojans and trackers to snoop on users, according to cyber security firms. For instance, some map-based applications that trace the path of the virus across
  2. Buna ziua. Ajutor. Am avut marea suparare sa intru in contact cu ransomware-ul coot care le adauga o extensie suplimentara .coot la fisiere de tip jpg,nef , mov,doc,docx,xls,xslx,ppt,pptx,pdf,mpg,mpeg,zip,iso,nrg,rw2,cr2,mp4,avi,mts,m2t,m2ts,psdphp,html,xml,mhtml,zip,rar,fisiere din structura Revisal ,Sagasoft (frx,frt,rvs,cdx,xdp,fdb,dbf,revisal.db) Este o versiune a virusului STOP DEJAVU cel mai veche de luna august . S-au incercat decriptari cu soft-uri gen Emsisoft (soft facut tot de creatorii virusului) si alte softuri nu mai stiu care. A incercat c
  3. https://id-ransomware.malwarehunterteam.com/index.php
  4. Petya ransomware victims can now unlock infected computers without paying. An unidentified programmer has produced a tool that exploits shortfalls in the way the malware encrypts a file that allows Windows to start up. In notes put on code-sharing site Github, he said he had produced the key generator to help his father-in-law unlock his Petya-encrypted computer. The malware, which started circulating in large numbers in March, demands a ransom of 0.9 bitcoins (£265). It hid itself in documents attached to emails purporting to come from people looking for work. Security researcher
  5. A security software firm has warned about a new strain of "ransomware" - while finding that even Russian hackers can be haggled down. Ransomware is software which locks you out of your files until a fee is paid to the criminals behind the attack. Checkpoint researcher Natalia Kolesova detailed information about Troldash, a newly-discovered strain. Once it infects a machine, Troldash provides an email address with which to contact the attackers. "While the most ransom-trojan attackers try to hide themselves and avoid any direct contact," Ms Kolesova explained, "Troldesh's creators provide their
  6. Meet ‘Tox': Ransomware for the Rest of Us ~ https://blogs.mcafee.com/mcafee-labs/meet-tox-ransomware-for-the-rest-of-us https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/f1384ff19a870f5aa718486666a14e88873d79eaea5725e3a2097b2d9fd9a320/analysis/1432628218/ hxxp://toxicola7qwv37qj.onion/downloads/ransom_50.00_dol_df410f19157f591860e1633b85dfb50b.scr https://malwr.com/analysis/MWExODFmZjM5YjZlNDQ5ODkxYzBkOTk1ZmMzOTcyYzI/ ThreatExpert Report https://blockchain.info/en/address/1KKGLjfDpVtNXymtTkU3PiiCpkJ532cLko Download Pass: infected Source
  7. Security researchers are warning PC users in Australia to beware of new Breaking Bad-themed ransomware demanding up to $1000 AUD ($796 USD) to decrypt essential computer files. The attacks typically arrive in the form of a malicious zip archive which takes the name of a famous delivery firm as its file name, according to Symantec. The AV giant continued in a blog post: “This zip archive contains a malicious file called ‘PENALTY.VBS’ (VBS.Downloader.Trojan) which when executed, downloads the crypto ransomware onto the victim’s computer. The threat also downloads and opens a legitimate .pdf file
  8. On May 30, 2014, law enforcement officials from the FBI and Europol seized a series of servers that were being used to help operate the GameOver Zeus botnet, an especially pernicious and troublesome piece of malware. The authorities also began an international manhunt for a Russian man they said was connected to operating the botnet, but the most significant piece of the operation was a side effect: the disruption of the infrastructure used to distribute the CryptoLocker ransomware. The takedown was the result of months of investigation by law enforcement and security researchers, many of whom
  9. Another generic ransomware. Blog: Blaze's Security Blog: Yet another ransomware variant Attached: 88039ecb68749ea7d713e4cf9950ffb2947f7683 7e1dd704684f01530307f81bbdc15fe266ffd8db DOWNLOAD Source
  10. The blog post of today is a bit different than usual, as you can read the full post on the Panda Security blog. Read it here: Yet another ransomware variant In this post I'm simply adding some additional information and repeating the most important points. So, there's yet another ransomware variant on the loose. You may call this one Chuingam (chewing gum?) ransomware or Xwin ransomware - pointing to respectively the file with this string 'Chuingam' dropped, or in the latter case the folder on C:\ it creates. Or just another (skiddie) Generic Ransomware. In the blog post above, I discuss the m
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