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Today Adobe released a mammoth security update for their Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, and Adobe XMP Toolkit for Java products. When you combine the vulnerabilities released for the three products, there are 83 exploits fixed, with almost all of them allow remote code execution.
Free keys are only being offered for certain versions of CryptXXX, namely the variants that add the .Crypz and .Cryp1 extensions to encrypted files. All other versions are not receiving the decryption key for free. If you are infected with these variants of CryptXXX, you should log in and get your free key before they fix it.
Microsoft keeps pushing out new preview builds of Windows 10 as they gear up for the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2nd. This latest release is build 14388 of Windows 10 for mobile and PC and is currently available to insiders on the fast ring.
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Today is July's Microsoft Patch Tuesday and we have a slew of updates being released by Microsoft. Included in this update are 11 security updates with 6 of them being labeled as critical because they allow remote code execution. Remote code execution allows attackers to potentially execute commands on the vulnerable system.
A new ransomware called CTB-Faker was discovered that pretends to be the CTB-Locker ransomware. It is a poor imitator, though, as instead of encrypting a victim's files, it will move them instead into a password protected ZIP archive. CTB-Faker will then demand a ransom of $50 USD in bitcoins.
This was a slow ransomware week in the beginning, but picked up steam towards the end. This week we had 1 new decryptor, 4 new ransomware infections, a new variant of CrytpXXX, and the reemergence of PadCrypt.
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Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14383 for mobile and PC to insiders on the fast ring. This release continues to be improvements and bug fixes with no new features as Microsoft ramps up for the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
A new version of the CryptXXX Ransomware was discovered by Brad Duncan that includes changes to encrypted file names, uses modified ransom note names, a new template, and a new TOR payment site description. With this release, the ransom notes are now named README.html, README.bmp, and README.txt.
Security researcher BloodDolly recently discovered a new file encrypter called Alfa Ransomware, or Alpha Ransomware, which is from the developers of Cerber. At this time, not much is known about this ransomware. Preliminary reports, though, indicate that it is not possible to decrypt encrypted files for free.
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On Thursday Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14379 for mobile and PC to insiders on the fast ring. This is not a very big update, with no new features, and only a few bug fixes and improvements.
Wow, it has been a busy week for ransomware. This week we have a new offline ransomware called Bart from the makers of Locky, 5 other new ransomware infections, a new verison of Locky, and quite a few new decryptors.
Recently, researcher Mosh shared his analysis on a new ransomware called MicroCop that TrendMicro discovered. When installed, this ransomware will encrypt your data using DES encryption and then demand an outrageous 48.48 bitcoins!
A new ransomware called Satana was discovered by Malwarebytes security researcher S!Ri that packs a 2 in one punch. When installed, the Santana Ransomware will encrypt your files using a standard file crypter and then also install a bootlocker to prevent you from logging into Windows.
Microsoft announced today that the Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be released on August 2nd. Included in this update are a tremendous amounts of fixes and improvements, but also a lot of new features.
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Yesterday Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14376 for mobile and PC to insiders on the fast ring. No new features have been added, but there have been quit a few fixes and improvements.