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[TheRecord] Ragnarok ransomware operation shuts down and releases free decrypter

The Ragnarok (or Asnarök) ransomware gang shut down their operation today and released a free decryption utility to help victims recover their files. The free decrypter, hardcoded with a master decryption key, was released today on the gang’s dark web portal, where the group previously used to publish files from victims who refused to pay. […]

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[ZDNet] Hackers target Kubernetes to steal data and processing power. Now the NSA has tips to protect yourself

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[SANS ISC] Agent.Tesla Dropped via a .daa Image and Talking to Telegram, (Sat, Jul 24th)

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A few days ago, I found an interesting file delivered by email (why change a winning combination?). The file has a nice extension: “.daa” (Direct Access Archive). We already reported such files in 2019 and Didier wrote a diary[1] about them. Default Windows installation, can’t process “.daa” files, you need a specific tool to open […]

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