Windows ransomware has now hit much closer to home, with cyber criminals using the REvil ransomware to attack the Melbourne-based contract formulation and packing company Chem Pack.
Researchers at security company Secureworks say they have been tracking Windows ransomware that stays below the radar by first exploiting a network vulnerability to gain entry into a Windows machine and then infecting that machine and others on the same internal network.
Unpatched Internet-facing Oracle WebLogic servers running on both Windows and Linux have been infected with cryptocurrency-mining malware, causing a degradation in performance, the security company Secureworks claims.
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