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Sodinokibi ransomware spreads through fake forums on WordPress sites

Sodinokibi spreads through fake forums

Sodinokibi spreads through fake forums. Its operators hack WordPress sites and embed JavaScript code that displays posts from the fake Q&A forum on top of the original site’s content. Messages contain an alleged “response from the administrator” of the site with an active link to the installer of the ransomware program. According to the recent publication in BleepingComputer, attackers hack …

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Attackers spread Sodinokibi ransomware on behalf of German intelligence service

Sodinokibi Ransomware

Attackers distribute Sodinokibi ransomware (also known as REvil and Sodin) by email, posing as employees of the German Federal Office for Information Security (Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik). Using the “Warning about compromised user data” message (“Warnmeldung kompromittierter Benutzerdaten”) as the subject, attackers urge their victims to open an attachment with a malicious PDF document, says the BSI message. …

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Remove Sodinokibi (Random extension) Virus Ransomware (+File Recovery)

About Sodinokibi (Random extension) Sodinokibi (Random extension) is classified by our malware study group as the brand-new ransomware infection. Some anti-virus programs currently find it, nevertheless, there are particular applications that bypass it and therefore allow its intrusion. Users have actually pertained to calling it that, due to the extension, it adds at the end of your documents. Let’s clarify. …

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