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Ryuk Ransomware extension .RYK!Demonstration of attack video review.
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After SamSam, Ryuk Shows Targeted Ransomware is Still Evolving
[quote]Last month the world learned that the FBI thinks it has identified the two people behind the notorious SamSam ransomware attacks.

SamSam, you may recall, gained notoriety for plundering ransoms from vulnerable targets like hospitals, and for devastating attacks like the one
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Ryuk ransomware attacks businesses over the holidays
Quote:During the holidays a silent attack was slowly spreading through business networks.
Companies like Tribune Publishing and Data Resolution were hit by a fairly new and unique type of ransomware, Ryuk ransomware

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Ryuk ransomware gang probably Russian, not North Korean
[quote][b]The Ryuk ransomware is most likely the creation of Russian financially-motivated cyber-criminals, and not North Korean state-sponsored hackers, according to reports published this week by four cyber-security firms --Crowdstrike, FireEye, [url=h
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Ryuk Ransomware Uses Wake-on-Lan To Encrypt Offline Devices
[quote]The Ryuk Ransomware uses the Wake-on-Lan feature to turn on powered off devices on a compromised network to have greater success encrypting them.

Wake-on-Lan is a hardware feature that allows a powered down device to be woken up, or powered on, by sending a special network packet to it. This is useful for administrators who may need to push out updates to a computer or perform scheduled tasks when it is powered down.

According to a [url=https://twitter.com/VK_Intel/status/12163519310204