RANSOMWARE SURGES, TROJANS GET SMARTER

THREAT REPORT Q3 2020

The number of ransomware attacks increased 700% in 2020 and trojans are getting better are avoiding detection. Read the Threat Report Q3 2020 for the latest threats and trends in ransomware, trojan and APT attacks, which despite new tactics and detection avoidance techniques, were identified by BluVector’s Machine Learning Engine.

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  • A server-attacking ransomware that avoids detection and encrypts up to 32 files at the same time
  • A detection-skipping trojan that shuts off Windows detection and uses PowerShell to execute its attack
  • New Word macro technique that uses a malicious script under an embedded image
  • A cryptomining bot that recruits user systems for DDoS attacks
  • An apparent China-based APT that’s very focused on users in Hong Kong and India

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