TeslaCrypt criminals launch 'very strong' spam campaign to spread crypto-malware

John Leonard
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Trojan's authors change tactics in apparent attempt to infect businesses with crypto-malware

TeslaCrypt malware was first discovered earlier this year. Like other crypto-malware TeslaCrypt (also known as Alpha Crypt) encrypts the victims files, with the keys to unlock them only being sent ...

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