Malware

  • New Linux Arm malware spread via RFIs in cgi-bin scripts. This backdoor executes commands from a remote malicious user, effectively compromising the affected system.
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  • This malware, detected late January 2017, infects users through a Netflix login generator application. Once users attempt to use the application, the ransomware is installed and then executed on their system.
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  • This malware was discovered late January 2017 and has been found to affect systems it detects to be in Saudi Arabia. It encrypts .
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  • This ransomware uses a client console, giving the affected user a variety of options. including a free trial individual file restore.
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  • This malware, name derived from the title of its ransom note, was discovered early January 2017. Victims of this ransomware will have their files encrypted, with a ransom note wishing them a Merry Christmas and demanding to pay the ransom in order to retrieve the encrypted files.
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  • This malware, name derived from the title of its ransom note, was discovered early January 2017. Victims of this ransomware will have their files encrypted, with a ransom note wishing them a Merry Christmas and demanding to pay the ransom in order to retrieve the encrypted files.
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  • This ransomware, discovered in December 2016, has been found to be connected to Mischa and Petya ransomware. Users affected by this malware will experience system reboot, which will then execute the ransomware's routine of encrypting files.
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  • This malware is a new family of ransomware detected mid-November 2016. Users affected by this malware may find their files and documents rendered inaccessible.
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  • This malware is a new family of ransomware discovered on early November 2016. Users affected by this particular ransomware may find their files and documents rendered inaccessible.
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  • This malware is a variant of malware family CERBER discovered late November 2016, and has been found to be sporting routines that seek out database processes in the affected system. This is believed to enhance its ability to target and infect machines used by businesses.
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