Episode 1213 – A Common Ransomware Has Been Decrypted From Poor Coding Errors

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Ransomware is a nasty piece of malware that attempts to encrypt all your files and hold them ransom to get them back. The key to the success is the encryption process remains secret. Recently a common ransomware has been reverse engineered and a decrypted has been released. This episode talks about how the decrypter was built.

Source – https://decoded.avast.io/threatresearch/decrypted-tarrak-ransomware/

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