NotPetya ransomware trend moving towards sophistication - TechTarget

NotPetya represented advanced malware compared to its cousin WannaCry, but also showed sophistication experts worry may be a ransomware trend. This Article Covers. Emerging threats. RELATED TOPICS. Nation-state cyberattacks · Messaging threats ...

'NotPetya': Latest Ransomware is a Warning Note From the Future - IEEE Spectrum

First it “slammed” the Internet and “swept” Europe, then it was “something much worse,” and now it's a “distraction.” This week's “NotPetya” malware attack on Windows systems has, depending on who you believe, either spread like a devastating ...

Money, terrorism or nation state snooping – how understanding the real motives behind cyber attacks can help to ... - Information Age

This malware was intentionally set out into the world to cause disruption and chaos and maybe financial gain. What's more, until companies disable or patch the root cause of this issue soon then this will be a continuing attack for the next years to come.

This Is What It Looks Like When You Get Hit with the NotPetya Ransomware - Motherboard

It was just over six weeks ago when ransomware strain WannaCrypt infected thousands upon thousands of computers around the world. At the time, YouTube malware historian danooct1 recorded a video showing how the malware encrypted victims' ...

Three ways the 'NotPetya' cyberattack is more complex than WannaCry - The Conversation AU

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Worldwide Ransomware Attack Hits Health Systems Again - HealthLeaders Media

Health systems and other organizations worldwide affected by a new ransomware may not be able to recover files, as group behind the NotPetya virus does not appear to be financially motivated. This article was originally published on June 29, 2017, ...