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Encryptor RaaS Shuts Down Without Releasing Master Key

03
Oct
2016

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Security researchers earlier this year managed to zero-in on the Encryptor Ransomware-as-a-Service (Raas), which forced the developer to shut down the operation, but without releasing the master key to help victims.

The ransomware service first emerged in July 2015 as a multiplatform threat at an appealing price, and managed to become a considerable threat to users and businesses fast, Trend Micro researchers reveal. Attacks leveraging this piece of ransomware could be easily tailored by affiliates, and Encryptor RaaS author created a full web panel for his patrons, which could be accessed only via the Tor network.

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