Trojan Encoder crypto ransomware family, whose main target are web servers running on Linux, is obviously making quite a splash.
The recently spotted Linux Encoder crypto-ransomware is very disruptive, but the good news is that the malware makers have made a mistake that allowed Bitdefender researchers to recover the AES encryption key without having to decrypt it with the RSA private key held by the criminals.
There's a new piece of crypto-ransomware out there, but unlike most malware of this particular type, this one is mainly directed at web servers running on Linux.
European law enforcement agencies recently targeted users of the DroidJack mobile phone RAT, and likely made other would-be users refrain from buying and using that particular piece of malware.
Attackers have developed a botnet capable of 150+ Gbps DDoS attack campaigns using XOR DDoS, a Trojan malware used to hijack Linux systems, according to Akamai.
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