The NSW branch of the Labor Party appears to have suffered a Windows ransomware attack, with the Avaddon strain having been used to attack the party's network.
A Telstra dealer, Melbourne-based Schepisi Communications, has been hit by the Avaddon Windows ransomware and its site has gone offline as a result.
Ransomware operators are catholic in their approach to breaking into businesses, and the size of a business really appears to be of no import. A good example of this is the compromise last week of a small businessman from Ohio whose annual turnover is barely US$150,000 (A$194,687).
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