[HackerNews] TrickBot Botnet Found Deploying A New Ransomware Called Diavol

Threat actors behind the infamous¬†TrickBot¬†malware have been linked to a new ransomware strain named “Diavol,” according to the latest research.
Diavol and Conti ransomware payloads were deployed on different systems in a case of an unsuccessful attack targeting one of its customers earlier this month, researchers from Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs said last week.
TrickBot, a banking Trojan first

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