Dutch Govt Warns of 3 Ransomware Infecting 1,800 Businesses

Ionut Ilascu reports:

A confidential report from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) in the Netherlands informs that at least 1,800 companies are affected by ransomware across the world.

The report names three file-encrypting malware pieces responsible for the infections that use the same digital infrastructure and considers them “common forms of ransomware.”

[…]  The three ransomware strains named by the NCSC are LockerGoga, MegaCortex, and Ryuk.

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