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The latest ransomware hitting the globe today labeled, 'NetPetya', is infecting thousands of systems across the globe and is thought to be even more dangerous than WannaCry.
The ransomware attack called 'Wanna' (also known as WannaCry, WCry, WanaCrypt and WanaCrypt0r) is encrypting files and changing the file extensions to: .wnry, .wcry, .wncry and .wncrypt.
CryptoLocker is considered to be one of the most common iterations of RansomWare. It is often seen in email attachments as a zipped archive. These emails may seem to have originated from reputable or recognized sources. The attachment is also often disguised as a PDF without the file extension.
CryptoWall is another form of Ransomware that also encrypts files across systems and networks. This particular threat may arrive via spam emails with attachments, malicious ads, compromised websites or other types of malware.
LeChiffre is a French term meaning “the number”. It is also translated roughly as the verb “encrypt.” This malware is quite different from it’s counterparts in that it must be run manually on the compromised system. Which is a departure from the norm where other malware simply spreads automatically infecting their machines.
Locky is a relative newcomer in the RansomWare world. First detected in 2016 it is often delivered via email with a Microsoft Word attachment claiming to be an invoice. The attachment, if downloaded and opened by the user can infect the device by virtue of malicious macros.
CTB Locker also uses encryption techniques to encrypt users’ data and then demand ransom in order to obtain a decryption key. A common delivery method is through email attachments that may seem to be legitimate to some. These attachments contain files that will execute a download on the system and then run it’s damaging course.
TeslaCrypt is an aggressive new type of ransomware. Considered to be a variant of the well known CryptoLocker, TeslaCrypt also encrypts files on a system running different versions of Windows including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 8.
As with many other forms of RansomWare, Crpt0Locker is most often delivered by way of seemingly legitimate emails. Sometimes disguised as coming from reputable sources such as FedEx, DHL, etc these emails claim to contain shipping tracking info, invoices and the likes. They often appear to be safe enough to many users who ultimately open the email and download the attachment.