Attackers compromising MikroTik routers have configured the devices to forward network traffic to a handful of IP addresses under their control.
Even the ransomware developers seem to be taking a last minute summer vacation as it was only small variants released, with a few being in development. I am hoping this is just a continual decline in new ransomware, but we will not know for sure until we start moving into September.
This week a new CryptoJoker ransomware variant was discovered called CryptoNar that has infected victims. The good news, is that a free decryptor was quickly released so that these victims can get their files back for free.
A new ransomware has been spotted called CryptoJoker that encrypts your data with AES-256 encryption and then demands a ransom to recover your files.