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 can stolen data can be doxxed if victims fail to comply with ransom demands.

Reportedly, the ransomware is designed to attack large networks, using executables that lock up all devices and require a single key to decrypt them all at once.

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