A new variant of the Petya ransomware has recently surfaced, called 'GoldenEye.' The program exploits macros and manipulates the boot process to further convince victims to pay up.
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The developers behind the Petya and Mischa ransomware have recently opened their cybercrime program to the public, allowing anyone to join them and further spread the program for a profit.
The developers behind the Petya and Mischa ransomware have leaked the decryption keys of its rival program Chimera. The hack also enabled them to integrate some of its code onto their own program.
A new type of ransomware has recently been discovered, and is bundled along with the Petya ransomware. If a user rejects admin privileges, a backup malware will kick in, encrypting a user's files.