Sodinokibi ransomware is now exploiting zero-day Windows vulnerability, security researchers warn

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Attackers were earlier exploiting a flaw in Oracle Weblogic to spread the ransomware

The newly discovered Sodinokibi ransomware exploits a zero-day Windows vulnerability (CVE-2018-8453) to infect systems, researchers from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky have warned. The stealthy ra...

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