STOP (Djvu) ransomware has 160 variants that infected more hundreds of thousands of victims worldwide. Experts estimated a total number of 460,000 victims, that makes this threat the most active and widespread ransomware today.
According to data included in Emsisoft Ransomware Statistics report for Q2 and Q3 2019, Djvu ransomware accounts for more than half of all the ransomware submissions throughout the world.
For the first time, a
“We’ll be breaking STOP’s encryption via a side-channel attack on the
The Divu ransomware encrypts victim’s files with Salsa20, and appends one of dozens of extensions to filenames, such as “.
The price of the private key and decrypt software is $980, victims can receive a 50% discount if they contact the crooks in the first 72 hours.
The Djvu ransomware is mainly delivered through key generators and cracks, experts pointed out that some versions of STOP also bundle additional malicious payloads, including
Below key findings shared by the company:
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