The actors behind the various Windows ransomware packages changed their tactics to prise money out of their victims' hands in October last year, but it remains to be seen whether their use of social pressure will be more profitable than methods used earlier, a researcher from global security firm Sophos has observed.
Germany's Dussmann Group, which offers services ranging from technical management, catering, security and cleaning to commercial property management, appears to have taken a hit from a gang of malicious attackers who have used the Nefilim Windows ransomware to stage the attack.
Attackers have used the Nefilim ransomware, that can encrypt files on Windows systems, to attack a subsidiary of Orange SA, formerly France Télécom SA, a French multinational telecommunications corporation and posted a note indicating that the attack has taken place.
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