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Researchers Still Unraveling LockerGoga Ransomware

Researchers are still trying to figure out how LockerGoga infects its targets, and what the group behind this damaging ransomware variant really wants. Can't be just money.

Ransomware, Malware

The Unholy Alliance of Emotet, TrickBot and the Ryuk Ransomware

Researchers have been tracking a group using the Emotet and TrickBot malware to install the Ryuk ransomware in enterprises.

Ransomware

Pay or Not Pay a Ransom? It’s Not That Simple

What does dumping toxic waste in the the Chicago River and paying cyber extortionist have in common? Quite a lot, actually. Risk management expert Tony Martin-Vegue looks at the factors that drive the decision to pay or not pay the ransom after an attack.

Ransomware

Ransomware is the Present, But Cryptojacking is the Future

Cybercrime gangs are still making hay with ransomware, but a new report from Europol shows that malicious cryptomining is gaining momentum.

Ransomware, Cryptomining

Protecting Against Bad Rabbit Ransomware Infection

A new severe variation of the Not-Petya ransomware has infected mainly Russian users - here’s how it spreads and how to protect against it.

Ransomware, Smb Security, Drive by Malware