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Our experts have discovered an attack of a new Trojan, which they’ve dubbed CryWiper. At the first glance, this malware looks like ransomware: it modifies files, adds a .CRY extension to them (unique to CryWiper), and saves a README.txt file with a ransom note, which contains the bitcoin wallet address, the contact e-mail address of […]

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There is a new ransomware(opens in new tab) operator in town, and this one is making a name for itself rather quickly. Cybersecurity researchers from the MalwareHunterTeam have recently discovered a group that was previously unbranded and relatively low-profile. Now, the group carries the name “Trigona” and has become highly active. In the last couple […]

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Ransomware attacks that take place over the weekend, or during holidays, are usually more damaging to businesses than weekday ones, according to cybersecurity researchers Cybereason. Surveying more than 1,200 cybersecurity professionals for the “Organizations at risk 2022: Ransomware attackers don’t take holidays” report, the company found that most respondents claimed weekend ransomware(opens in new tab) […]

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