Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss this week’s ExPetr global ransomware outbreak, how it was distributed, the wiper aspect, and similarities to 2016’s Petya ransomware.
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Microsoft has made a definitive link between MEDoc and initial distribution of the Petya ransomware. Kaspersky Lab, meanwhile, has identified a Ukrainian government website used in a watering hole attack.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have discovered an error in the ExPetr ransomware code that prevents recovery of lost data.
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Your questions about the new Petya ransomware answered – and your chance to ask us more.
A massive ransomware outbreak is spreading globally and being compared to WannaCry.
Today’s global ransomware attack is spreading via EternalBlue and through local networks using PSEXEC and WMIC.
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Mobile ransomware attacks spike in the first quarter of 2017, growing three and a half times compared to the previous year.