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We found a new Sodin Ransomware that uses a zero-day Windows error

darknet We found a new Sodin Ransomware that uses a zero-day Windows error
Darknet We found a new Sodin Ransomware that uses a zero-day Windows error

Dated July 17, 2019

Researchers at Kaspersky Communications have discovered a new discovery.
The data transfer file called Sudin (sudinokibiriv) uses a file.
The window will see the best only about the disease there.
Technology uses what is sold.
The central operating system (CPU) is involved in system operations.
This is not a legal code.

There is a lot of healing.
Good software is always a favorite. But it is common to have.
Big and hard advertisements: flying with the use of storage in Flash.
Fedor Snitzen] informs the audience.
Discuss Kaspersky

We
The number of weapons to attack is changed, including the Kkk.
Many of the requirements are to build the system
Celebrities are celebrating new businesses in the development of the disease
Sen Sen said he hopes to make money.

Researchers say most of Sodin’s rescue targets are found in Asia – 17.6% of attacks
Observed in Taiwan – 9.8% in Hong Kong and 8.8% in the Republic of Korea.

However, attacks have been reported in Europe, North America and Latin America, he told Kaspersky, adding to the rescue program.
The deposit stored on the infected computer requires $ 2500 Bitcoin for each victim.

Ransomware Before Using Sensitivity CVE-2018-8453
Using the FruityArmor Hacker Group | This is a weakness
Kaspersky is scheduled for October 10, 2018.

Not to fall
Victims of threats to Sodina make sure you have the software.
The company is constantly updated with the latest versions, said Kaspersky
researcher:

Protection products and risk assessment included
They say the ability to control rags helps processes
Included.

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