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Indian Hackers Group Hacked & Encrypt Pakistan Website Files Using KCW Ransomware

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary gbhackers.com highlights the truth about one of the famous Indian Hacking group called “Kerala Cyber Warriors” compromised Pakistan based Welfare organization website and encrypt the website files using KCW Ransomware. This group of hackers actively attacking over 1000 of Pakistan and Bangladesh based websites such as government websites, website websites for

Atlanta spent at least $2.6 million on ransomware recovery

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Atlanta’s ransomware recovery Atlanta spent more than $2.6 million to extort recovery work caused by software attacks, which caused a substantial portion of the city’s online services to be destroyed. The city was attacked by the notorious SamSam ransomware, which exploited the deserialization vulnerability in Java-based servers. The ransom is

The AVCrypt Ransomware Tries To Uninstall Your AV Software

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on AVCrypt Ransomware A recent story from bleepingcomputer.com notes that things we don’t talk about but A new ransomware called AVCrypt has been discovered that attempts to uninstall existing security software before encrypting the computer. In addition, the ransomware may be a wiper because it removes many services including Windows Update and

Atlanta computer systems under siege in wide spread ransomware attack

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Atlanta ransomware attack A must-read story from scmagazine.com says a revealing Atlanta ransomware attack that hack and tagged with SamSam may be the cause of the disruption of the Atlanta computer system. The city issued a statement confirming that the computer “is currently undergoing various internal and customer-facing application interruptions, including

Zenis Ransomware Encrypts Your Data & Deletes Your Backups

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Zenis Ransomware What is most likely to be an overlooked story from bleepingcomputer.com reviews how MalwareHunterTeam discovered a new ransomware called Zenis Ransomware this week. Although it is not yet clear how Zenis will distribute it, several victims have already been infected with such ransomware. What bothers Zenis most is that it

Cyber criminals only honour half of ransomware payments

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Ransomware Payments: This story from itpro.co.uk and CW mention a hidden According to one report, only half of ransomware victims who have ransomed cybercriminals have recovered their data, pointing out that more effective strategies are needed to deal with these attacks. Security experts say organizations should focus on the detection

Beware of Thanatos Ransomware, the latest cyber-extortion scam with hard-to-decrypt unlock code

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Thanatos Ransomware A must-read story from digitaltrends.com expands a little-known ransomware program is infecting computers, requiring Bitcoin cash to let users unlock their files. A report by Bleeping Computer highlights the new ransomware discovered by MalwareHunter team security experts, known as Thanatos. It is worth noting that it will create an

Ransomware: Get ready for the next wave of destructive cyberattacks

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Ransomware What is most likely to be an overlooked story from zdnet.com outlines an interesting article.   It may seem unwelcome compared to 2017, but writing off ransomware is still stupid as more malware-hardened attacks using files will take place in the future. High profile events such as WannaCry, NotPetya and