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QNAP NAS devices targeted by surge of eCh0raix ransomware attacks
This week a new series of ech0raix ransomware has started targeting vulnerable QNAP Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices according to user reports and sample submissions on the ID-Ransomware platform. [...]
eCh0raix ransomware starts targeting QNAP NAS devices again
This week a new series of ech0raix ransomware has started targeting vulnerable QNAP Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices according to user reports and sample submissions on the ID-Ransomware platform. [...]

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The Week in Ransomware - June 17th 2022 - Have I Been Ransomed?
Ransomware operations are constantly evolving their tactics to pressure victims to pay. For example, this week, we saw a new extortion tactic come into play with the creation of dedicated websites to extort victims with searchable data. [...]
Windows 11 now lists apps that accessed your microphone, camera
Microsoft has recently added a new privacy feature that allows Windows 11 users to get a list of all the apps that have recently accessed their sensitive info and devices, including their camera, microphone, and contacts. [...]
Russian RSocks botnet disrupted after hacking millions of devices
The U.S. Department of Justice has announced the disruption of the Russian RSocks malware botnet used to hijack millions of computers, Android smartphones, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices worldwide for use as proxy servers. [...]

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