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White Screen FBI Like Ransomware, Also Attacked Network


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#1 drwmbt

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Posted 08 September 2014 - 01:44 PM

Hey guys,

 

My neighbor has gotten a virus that was a basic white screen that had "Send WMO to 84483832893829328" it reminds me of the FBI Ransomeware albeit much less sophisticated, i know two or three major trojan scripts just had their source code leaked so this may be some variation.

 

This is not the issue, the issue is that this malware/virus/trojan has somehow taken down the network,

 

For example  Computer A is infected yet Computers B/C can surf to bleepingcomputer.com and when i go to download "Rkill" it goes "page not found: server error" (never done this previously as you could presume) and the infected computer cannot make it out to the internet at all,

 

Also Computer B/C when you open CMD->Ipconfig and try to ping google at 8.8.8.8 i get no response, when i try to release/renew the connections it says "No adapter is currently in a ready state." Wtf is going on i've never seen this

 

has anyone seen anything like this? and/or has any tips? 

 

only 1 machine is infected per se, but the network is down on several other computers



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#2 Aerys

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Posted 08 September 2014 - 03:13 PM

Have they tried disconnecting the infected computer? And how is the network set up, just a modem/router with the computers connected to it?


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