Crypto-ransomware is once again upping the ante with its routines. We came across one crypto-ransomware variant that’s combined with spyware—a first for crypto-ransomware. This development just comes at the heels of the discovery thatransomware has included file infection to its routines.
We first encountered CryptoWall as the payload of spammed messages last year. We noted that while other crypto-ransomware variants have a graphical user interface (GUI) for their payment purposes, CryptoWall relied on other means—opening a Tor site to directly ask for payment or opening the ransom note in Notepad, which contained the instru
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