Global cyber security vendor Kaspersky has updated its free decryptor for the Fonix ransomware, which attacks Windows systems, following the decision of this malware group to disband.
Ransomware has changed from being just about encrypting a victim's data and become primarily about data exfiltration, the Russian security firm Kaspersky says.
Russian security firm Kaspersky is on its Linux propaganda blitz again, this time with a claim that there is a Linux port of a trojan known as RansomEXX. However the company has conspicuously left out one much-needed fact from its post about this malware: the infection vector.
That's a shame they decided to decommission such a cool distro. Any decent CentOS8 forks yet?
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