The spiritual successor of the Petya and Mischa ransomware viruses is here, and it’s called Goldeneye. The name is taken from the 1995 James
342 Locky is the new version of the notorious ransomware family. The virus uses the .342 extension to mark encrypted files. As usual, the
Locked-In (NoValid) is a malware that has been recently detected to infect computer users and encrypt sensitive data. It belongs to the ransomware family.
Several security researchers associate the .zzzzz malicious file extension with Locky ransomware. On 24th of November (Japan Standard Time), a new spam campaign that
The Globe wave continues with the new x3m version. The virus adds the .x3m extension to encrypted files. Similar to the old versions, x3m
A new version of the Globe ransomware virus uses the .blackblock extension for encrypted files. The last version of the ransomware family called Globe2
Another version of Cerber 4 has surfaced. This time, the virus employs infected Word with macro files that jumpstart the virus. The new version