Researchers have neutralized the latest strain of the Jaff ransomware, releasing a decryption tool for unlocking files.
Researchers have discovered a shared backend infrastructure between the Jaff ransomware and a black market carder shop.
A new malware family called Jaff has been identified by researchers who say they are currently tracking multiple and massive spam campaigns distributing the malware via the Necurs botnet.
While there are still victims of ransomware who feel they have no option but to pay up, we’ll continue to focus on it
Spam campaign delivers Locky ransomware that, like a Russian matryoshka doll, is nested inside not one but two layers
Here are the exploit kits to watch for over the next three to six months.
Since January, a number of ransomware families are sharing a common infrastructure with different techniques allowing the malware to hide from detection systems.
Betabot, Dyzap and AKBuilder join forces – but keeping Office up to date should keep you protected
Global spam levels plummeted at the end of 2016 and haven’t gone back up – but sadly there’s still an awful lot of spam left.
Spammers are turning to an old technique known as hailstorm to slip past anti-spam and anti-malware filters to deliver Dridex banking malware and Locky ransomware.