[HackerNews] Wormable DarkRadiation Ransomware Targets Linux and Docker Instances

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed a new ransomware strain called “DarkRadiation” that’s implemented entirely in Bash and targets Linux and Docker cloud containers, while banking on messaging service Telegram for command-and-control (C2) communications.
“The ransomware is written in Bash script and targets Red Hat/CentOS and Debian Linux distributions,” researchers from Trend Micro said in

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