BitPaymer malware - ransomware with sophisticated obfuscation

Julia Sowells explains how the BitPaymer malware initially executes itself, makes a copy of itself and runs in two ADS. It hides in empty files; deletes its older executable file and transfers control of the malware to the newly created files.

by Julia Sowells

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