A bunch of small ransomware variants were released, but we did have a new release of the Locky Osiris variant and the interesting Popcorn Time. To me the most interesting story is Popcorn Time as they offer victims the ability to get a free decryption key if they can get two other people infected and have them pay the ransom.
Yetsterday Microsoft has released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14986 for PC only to Insiders on the fast ring. This build is filled with a lot of new features and updates in Cortana, Printing, Game Bar, Windows Defender and more.
A in-development ransomware was discovered called Popcorn Time that intends to give victim's a very unusual way of getting a free decryption key. With Popcorn Time, not only can a victim pay a ransom to get their files back, but they can also try to infect two other people and have them pay the ransom in order to get a free key.
Once again, the developers of the Locky Ransomware have decided to change the extension of encrypted files. This time, the ransomware developers moved away from Norse gods and into Egyptian mythology by using the .osiris extension for encrypted files.
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