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Ragnar Locker’s well-conceived ransomware attack on Energias de Portugal

Ragnar Locker’s ransomware attack on Energias de Portugal (EDP) and its subsequent 1,580 bitcoin, or $11 million, ransom demand indicates the attack was well thought out with the attacker fully understanding it’s victim’s financial capabilities. James McQuiggan, security awareness advocate at KnowBe4, told SC Media that Ragnar Locker’s general modus operandi is to charge a…
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Ragnar Locker teams up with Maze; Zorab ransomware imitates decryptor

Shortly after the Maze ransomware gang teased that another threat actor would be joining its newly formed cybercrime cartel, the group has appeared to welcome the Ragnar Locker group into the fold. Maze announced a new victim on its data dump website — in this case, a marketing agency — but credited the Ragnar Locker…
Ransomware, Security News

EDP Renewables says PII compromised in Ragnar Locker attack

An apparent Ragnar Locker ransomware attack on the parent company of EDP Renewables put information of some of its customers at risk although the firm said it has no evidence PII was accessed. The attack could have exposed names and Social Security numbers stored in the company’s systems, though in a letter to customers, EDPR…
Cybercrime, Ransomware, Security News

Attackers’ use of virtual machine to hide ransomware is a first, say researchers

Virtual machines are an important tool for threat analysts as they debug and investigate malware. But now there is a documented case of malicious cyber actors exploiting a VM to their advantage in an attempt to hide a Ragnar Locker ransomware attack. Researchers at Sophos, who uncovered the technique, claim that such trickery is a…
Executive Insight, Opinion, Perspectives

Derailing Ransomware 2.0 Requires EPPs, EDRs and Advanced Deception Tools

Many cybercriminals secure their most lucrative payouts by sticking to classic forms of attack, with a bit of a new twist. As ransomware has evolved and become more disruptive, it’s keeping security pros on their toes and compelling adjustments to their defense postures.   Today, newer ransomware programs such as Zeppelin and REvil/Sodinokibi, and others…
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