Clop ransomware has now found a new target

Danny Palmer reports:

An experimental new version of a prolific form of ransomware has been seen targeting Linux systems for the first time.

Clop ransomware first appeared in 2019 and, despite being hit by arrests and takedowns in 2021, continues to operate today, with the discovery of a new variant indicating the group is still keen to find new means of conducting ransomware campaigns.

Read more at ZDNet.

See also Clop ransomware flaw allowed Linux victims to recover files for months on BleepingComputer.

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