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Cryptomix Ransomware has been active for the last one year and has come up with multiple variants. It spreads via exploit kits, malicious attachments, and malicious links spread across the Internet on hacked domains. Cryptomix Ransomware does not change the desktop background but encrypts files stored on the infected system...
Quick Heal Security Labs has observed the entry of a new BTCWare ransomware (first observed at the beginning of 2017) variant called ‘Aleta’. This ransomware is called so because it appends a “.aleta” extension to files it encrypts in an infected computer. Although BTCWare ransomware variants do not seem to...
TrickBot Trojan was first identified in mid-2016 and considered similar to the Dyreza banking Trojan. Initially, the payload (the component of a computer virus that executes a malicious activity) was spreading through a malvertising campaign using the Rig Exploit Kit. From our current findings, we have found that TrickBot has...
An antivirus software keeps your computer safe from malware, viruses, online threats, and suspicious or harmful elements. Although bypassing this protective guard is a difficult task for attackers, they never stop trying to do so. Recently, we came across a malware that is designed to interfere with the infected system’s...