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Threatmeter (9/29/2016 11:43:13 PM)






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Bosnian Ransomware spreading in the wild (September 23, 2016)
The Dell SonicWall Threats Research team has received reports of a new Ransomware Trojan, which encrypts the victims files and leaves an email address to be contacted to unlock victims files

Malicious banker tries to bypass Android Marshmallow security barriers (September 16, 2016)
A new wave of malicious apps try to break past overlay related security features of Android Marshmallow

Unlock92 Ransomware V2.0 seen in the wild (Sep 9, 2016)
Unlock92 creators released a new version where files are encrypted with a randomly generated RSA-2048 public key.

RanserKD ransomware uses Imgur to store infection data (Sept 2nd, 2016)
RanserKD ransomware uses Imgur to store infection data

CVE-2016-0189 Exploits spotted in the Wild (Aug 26, 2016)
Multiple exploits of CVE-2016-0189 have been found in the wild.

New variant of Cerber Ransomware Spotted in the Wild (Aug 26, 2016).
The Dell Sonicwall Threats Research team observed reports of a new variant family of Cerber [GAV: Cerber.B_1] actively spreading in the wild. Cerber encrypts the victims files with a strong encryption algorithm until the victim pays a fee to get them back.

New CryptoHost Ransomware Spotted in the Wild (Aug 23, 2016).
The Dell Sonicwall Threats Research team observed reports of a new Ransomware family Named CryptoHost [GAV: Filecoder.A_118] actively spreading in the wild.

Ryzerlo ransomware poses as Pokemon game (August 19, 2016)
The Dell SonicWall Threats Research team has received reports of a new Ransomware Trojan, Ryzerlo which encrypts the victims files and leaves an email address to be contacted to unlock victims files.

QuadRooter - the flaw that can affect millions of Android devices ( August 9, 2016)
A new set of vulnerabilities have been discovered for Qualcomm based Android devices

Fake Pokemon GO apps tuck away dangerous malware (August 1, 2016)
Malware using Pokemons popularity is on the rise

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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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