New 'Epsilon Red' ransomware is hunting for unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers, researchers warn

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New 'Epsilon Red' ransomware is hunting for unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers, researchers warn
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New 'Epsilon Red' ransomware is hunting for unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers, researchers warn

It relies on several Powershell scripts before encrypting machines

Researchers from cyber security firm Sophos claim to have identified a new strain of Windows ransomware, dubbed 'Epsilon Red', which is targeting unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers to encrypt machines...

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