Lots of ransomware in the news this week. Of course the biggest story was the Bad Rabbit outbreak that targeted numerous countries, but mostly Russia and the Ukraine. We also had the Tyrant Ransomware, which was targeting Iranian companies.
Some extremely lucky users will be able to recover files locked by the Bad Rabbit ransomware because of small operational mistakes on the part of the malware's authors.
Two days after the Bad Rabbit ransomware outbreak has wreaked havoc in Russia and Ukraine, security researchers are still unearthing details regarding the malware's modus operandi.
Several security firms have come forward today with evidence that shows links connecting the Bad Rabbit ransomware outbreak that happened yesterday with the NotPetya ransomware outbreak that took place at the end of June, this year.
According to cybersecurity vendor Avast, the Bad Rabbit Ransomware has now been detected in the U.S.A. This article will provide, suggested steps that an organization or consumer can use to protect themselves.
A new ransomware strain named Bad Rabbit is wreaking havoc in many Eastern European countries, affecting both government agencies and private businesses alike.