Hackers try to circumvent anti-ransomware, gives researchers vital clues to combat threat of Cerber
The software giant claims Genasom and Locky took second and third place for attacking Windows 10 Enterprise boxes with about 1000 infections each.
The widespread and ever-evolving Cerber ransomware has upped its game as it targets enterprises with a new capability to encrypt database files.
Trend Micro researchers have spotted several exploit kits delivering Cerber 4.0 ransomware just a month after the release of version 3.
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Millions of Microsoft Office 365 users were potentially exposed to a massive zero-day Cerber ransomware attack last week.
A team of Check Point researchers has tracked two large waves of attacks using Cerber ransomware in the last few months, with more spikes in the number of incidents expected.
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Victims download the malware either via a double-zipped file with a WSF inside attached to the malicious email or via an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email which is linked to the same ZIP file.
The pro-Eastern European ransomware Cerber has been spotted on dark web Russian forums offering ransomware as a service, according to the cyber intelligence firm Sensecy.
A new ransomware has been developed that verbally informs its victims that it has encrypted their files.