- July 26, 2017A new ransomware with a unique behavior abuses a popular email application to send malicious email directly to its potential victims.
- July 21, 2017In this week’s recap, a popular open-source ransomware spawns more variants, and entries from other ransomware families also make an appearance.
- July 11, 2017As Petya's dust settles, we learn another real-life lesson: old threats die hard. And as we saw last week, ransomware has no shortage of variety—no matter how dated their tactics and techniques may be.
- June 28, 2017The Petya ransomware family has reemerged, becoming one of the most impactful yet. Is it similar to WannaCry? Does it have a kill switch? Here are some frequently asked questions about the threat.
- June 15, 2017A South Korean web hosting company was hit by a Linux version of the Erebus ransomware. Here’s what you need to know about the threat and what sysadmins can do to defend against it.
- June 15, 2017The activity of Hidden Tear variants have been on the rise since March this year and there seems to be no signs of it stopping. Two more HT-based variants popped up this week.
- June 06, 2017Hidden Tear variants continue to proliferate, now more sophisticated and with new features. New ransomware also provides victims with more convenient payment options and more elaborate interfaces.
- May 30, 2017After the Week of WannaCry, the ransomware scene looks to be going back to normal, with both old and new variants making their presence felt.
- May 19, 2017WannaCry was the biggest story of the week, as the ransomware used the EternalBlue exploit to infect thousands of systems around the world.