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Brazilian Hackers Using RDP to Spread Xpan Ransomware

03
Oct
2016
Brazilian Hackers Using RDP to Spread Xpan Ransomware

Fileless Trojan

Brazilian cyber-criminals are expanding their tactics and have recently adopted ransomware as a new means of attack, Kaspersky Lab reveals.

Security researchers from the Moscow-based security firm have analyzed a new variant of the Brazilian-made ransomware “Xpan” Trojan (Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Xpan). The malware has been used by the “TeamXRat” group, also identified as “CorporacaoXRat” (the Portuguese equivalent of “CorporationXRat”) to target local companies and hospitals. The ransomware’s signature is extension “.___xratteamLucked,” which is appended to encrypted files.

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