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GandCrab v5.2 Decryptor Released

We have followed the exploits of the GandCrab operators with keen interest on this platform. We covered how Bitdefender and Europol worked together to develop and release a decryptor for GandCrab versions 1 (GDCB extension), 4 (KRAB extension), and 5 (random 10-character extension), however, none existed for version 5.2. We also covered how the operators of GandCrab were offering their ransomware as a service which resulted in the ransomware seen to be distributed via a sextortion scam. Well, we have seen a mix of good news and bad news in combatting the ransomware, today's latest news is will definitely be considered good by the general public. On June 17, Bogdan Botezatu, a security researcher with Bitdefender announced via Twitter that a decryptor for v5.2 had been released as a free tool to the public and could be used by any victim suffering from such an infection. In a subsequent report published by Bitd...

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Search.yahoo.com Redirect

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Bing.com Redirect

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50million.club POP-UP Redirect (Mac)

50million[.]club is a domain that is often used by adware developers and their adware-type apps. They use this domain to promote questionable websites that are used to advertise unwanted applications and/or are related to gambling, shady investments and variety of other untrustworthy sites. 50million[.]club is promoted through various pop-up windows, intrusive ads, etc. In addition to unwanted ads, adware-type apps might be designed to collect various information about user's browsing activity too. There are many adware-type apps that display ads leading to websites associated with 50million[.]club domain. As we mentioned in our introduction, 50million[.]club is used to promote questionable pages. For example, it leads to deceptive websites designed to convince people that their computers are infected. Websites of this type encourage people to remove those fake virus detections...

Tinhoranding.info Ads

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