Bad Rabbit ransomware spreading in Eastern Europe 'with ties to NotPetya' - updated

Tom Allen
The authors appear to be fans of Game of Thrones, with tasks names after Drogon and Viserion

The authors appear to be fans of Game of Thrones, with tasks names after Drogon and Viserion

Ransomware is installed via a download and can move laterally within a network - but some researchers claim the threat has been blown out of all proportion

Reports have surfaced of a new strain of ransomware called Bad Rabbit beginning to spread in Russia and Ukraine, initially targeting government and media institutions. Infections have also been seen in...

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