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Threatmeter (5/25/2018 8:42:33 PM)






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April 26th, 2018
Satan Ransomware employs EternalBlue Exploit Kit
Satan Ransomware now employs EternalBlue Exploit Kit

Apr 19, 2018
New ransomware forces you to play PUBG video game.
The SonicWall Capture Labs Threat Research Team observed reports of a new variant family of PUBG Ransomware [Pubg.RSM] actively spreading in the wild. PUBG Ransomware encrypts the victims files and force them to play an hour of a game called PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds to get their files back.

Apr 10, 2018
This Android Monero miner demands admin privileges
Another Monero miner for Android devices

Apr 06, 2018
LockCrypt ransomware spotted in the wild
The SonicWall Capture Labs Threat Research Team receives reports of new strains and versions of ransomwares daily. This week we analyzed this ransomware called Lockcrypt.

Mar 16, 2018
Linux Cryptominer Trojan Hiding Within an Image File
This week the SonicWall Capture Labs Threat Research Team has received reports of a malware purporting to be an image file but drops a Monero CPU miner for Linux.


Hackers Attack Websites with Ransomware
SonicWALL Threat Research Labs recently received reports of attackers targeting websites with ransomware. Attackers are uploading malicious PHP files onto the websites. These PHP files allow the attacker to encrypt the website files and then extort money from the site owner.

Mar 30, 2018
Sonicwall RTDMI engine discovers malicious MS Office file containing Java RAT in the wild
RTDMI detects a maclicious Office documetn with embedded Java RAT malware

March 29th, 2018
UselessDisk: A fake ransomware bootlocker
UselessDisk: A fake ransomware bootlocker with no encryption capabilities

Mar 23, 2018
NTP Daemon decodearr Function Buffer Overflow
A stack overflow vulnerability is reported in NTP Daemon, which could lead to remote code execution.

Mar 23, 2018
UDPoS malware spotted in the wild.
The SonicWall Capture Labs Threat Research Team observed a new POS malware Called UDPOS [UDPOS.A]. UDPOS is a newly-discovered malware that preys upon credit card payment systems. UDPoS uses DNS tunneling to exfiltrate the data from the system.

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Virus activity is normal. No imminent threats widespread.
Virus activity is on the rise. We recommend: Update your operating system with latest patches. Install and keep updating AntiVirus software.
Virus activity is widespread. Many of the systems are being affected due to known threats. We recommend: Update your operating system with latest patches. Install and keep updating AntiVirus software. Scan your system for viruses.
Virus activity is highly widespread and very critical. Many of the systems and network are being affected due to known threats. We recommend: Update your operating system with latest patches Install and keep updating AntiVirus software. Scan your system for viruses. Avoid junk mails. Cautiously open any attachments.
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