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Report suggests GandCrab’s developers may have created Sodinokibi ransomware

Evidence is reportedly mounting that the recently discovered ransomware program known as Sodinokibi was created by the same developers who introduced GandCrab ransomware. Last month, GandCrab’s developers publicly disclosed that they were retiring after raking in roughly $2 billion in extortion payments. But this announcement may have been misleading at best, according to security researcher…
Cybercrime, Phishing, Ransomware, Security News

Sodinokibi ransomware campaigns span growing array of attack vectors

Since its discovery of Sodinokibi ransomware last April, cybercriminals have reportedly been attempting to infect networks with the malicious encryption program through a growing number of vectors, including supply chain attacks, spam, and malvertisements that redirect victims to an exploit kit. Sodinokibi encrypts data found in the user directory and prevents data recovery by leveraging…
Cybercrime, Malware, Ransomware, Security News, Vulnerabilities

New Sodinokibi ransomware delivered via Oracle WebLogic vulnerability

A remotely exploitable vulnerability in the Oracle WebLogic Server is currently the attack vector of choice for malicious actors to deliver a newly discovered ransomware called Sodinokibi. Sokinokibi encrypts data found in the user directory and leverages the Microsoft Windows vssadmin.exe utility to delete any “shadow copies” (created by default back-up mechanisms) in order to…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Ransomware, Security News

Nemty ransomware makers may be latest to adopt data leak strategy

Following in the footsteps of Maze and Sodinokibi, it appears the makers another malicious encryption program plans to adopt the tactic of publishing data that’s been exfiltrated from targets. According to a BleepingComputer report, Nemty ransomware developers posted on a news feed in its affiliate panel that it intends to create a website where they…
Cybercrime, Health Care, Ransomware, Security News

Report: Dental practices feel the pain of ransomware attack on IT provider

More than 100 dentist offices have reportedly been affected by a recent Sodinokibi ransomware attack on a Colorado-based company that provides IT services to the oral-care practices. Security expert Brian Krebs reported this past weekend via his blog post that Englewood, Colo.-based Complete Technology Solutions (CTS), was attacked back on Nov. 25, apparently via a compromised remote…
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Ransomware, Security News

Data center provider CyrusOne hit with REvil ransomware: Report

One day after news broke that data center provider CyrusOne was reportedly hit with a combination ransomware/data breach involving the REvil (aka Sodinokibi) ransomware the company issued a statement confirming the incident. Initially, CyrusOne did not release any details, but ZDNet reported the attack took place on December 4. A screenshot of the ransom note…
Ransomware, Security News

Average ransom payment up 33 percent in Q1, Sodinokibi and Ryuk top variants

The ever industrious and forward-looking groups behind the majority of ransomware attacks essentially reinvented the business during the first quarter of 2020 developing new tools and methods that helped boost their success rate. The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic certainly helped these cybercriminals by giving them additional avenues to pursue but the new strategies would…
Ransomware, Security News

Travelex paid $2.3 million ransom, report

Travelex reportedly shelled out a $2.3 million ransom payment after being struck on New Year’s Eve with REvil/Sodinokibi ransomware. The company has not publicly stated it paid the ransom, but The Wall Street Journal reported that sources have indicated otherwise. In early January it was believed the attackers were seeking $3 million to release the…
Ransomware, Security News

Dentist offices nationwide hit with REvil ransomware attacks

Dental practices across the country found themselves locked out of their patient files after a hacker group infected a pair of software providers with REvil, or Sodinokibi, ransomware. The two companies, The Digital Dental Record and PerCSoft, which created DDS safe to provide medical records retention and backup services to dental offices, ponied up the…
Ransomware, Security News

Ransom payments averaging $41,000 per incident

The average ransom payment paid out by victims increased 13 percent, to $41,000, during the last three months, but researchers noted the rate of increase has plateaued. Researchers at Coveware credited the victims with being better prepared to restore their data on their own negating the need to pay the ransom. However, that was not…
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