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mood posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsAsteelflash electronics maker hit by REvil ransomware attack Asteelflash, a leading French electronics manufacturing services company, has suffered a cyberattack by the REvil ransomware gang who is demanding a $24 million ransom. Asteelflash is a world-leading French electronics manufacturing services (EMS) company that specializes in the design, engineering, and printing of printed circuit boards. While Asteelflash has not publicly disclosed an attack, BleepingComputer found this week a sample of the REvil ransomware that allowed access to the
mood posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsREvil ransomware has a new ‘Windows Safe Mode’ encryption mode The REvil ransomware operation has added a new ability to encrypt files in Windows Safe Mode, likely to evade detection by security software and for greater success when encrypting files. Windows Safe Mode is a special startup mode that allows users to run administrative and diagnostic tasks on the operating system. This mode only loads the bare minimum of software and drivers required for the operating system to work. Furthermore, any programs installed in Windows that are configur
mood posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsPan-Asian retail giant Dairy Farm suffers REvil ransomware attack Source: Wing1990hk Massive pan-Asian retail chain operator Dairy Farm Group was attacked this month by the REvil ransomware operation. The attackers claim to have demanded a $30 million ransom. The Dairy Farm Group operates over 10,000 outlets and has 230,000 employees throughout Asia. In 2019, the Dairy Farm Group's total annual sales exceeded $27 billion. The group operates numerous grocery, convenience store, health and beauty, home furnishing, and restaurant brands in Asi
Is ‘REvil’ the New GandCrab Ransomware? The cybercriminals behind the GandCrab ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) offering recently announced they were closing up shop and retiring after having allegedly earned more than $2 billion in extortion payments from victims. But a growing body of evidence suggests the GandCrab team have instead quietly regrouped behind a more exclusive and advanced ransomware program known variously as “REvil,” “Sodin,” and “Sodinokibi.” “We are getting a well-deserved retirement,” the GandCrab administrator(s) wrote in their farewell message on M