Raking in the Ransoms: How the Russian Ransomware Threat Landscape Ticks

In March 2016, the Cerber file encrypter first introduced itself to the world. This “ransomware that speaks” has gone through multiple variations since its inception, adopting techniques such as redundant checks for installed security software along the way. It’s no surprise its innovative dynamism has attracted the attention of spammers and possibly other ransomware developers. […]… Read More

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Source: Security Bloggers Network @ February 17, 2017 at 03:21AM

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