A member of a Russian-speaking organised crime group has been jailed for six years and five months in the UK for targeting millions of PCs with Windows ransomware, according to Britain's National Crime Agency.
The FIN6 cyber crime group, that has in the past been involved in stealing payment card data, has allegedly expanded its activities to deploying Windows ransomware, the security firm FireEye claims.
The Windows network at the Norwegian aluminium maker Norsk Hydro was probably infiltrated by attackers who planted the LockerGoga ransomware using something like scheduled tasks or services in Microsoft's Active Directory, a British security expert says.
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