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October 24, 2017 - BadRabbit, a new version of NotPetya, also has an infector allowing for lateral movements. However, unlike NotPetya, it does not use EternalBlue and uses a website to drop its payload. We take a closer look at this new ransomware variant.

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July 24, 2017 - This post shows you how to use the special decryptor for the petya family: Petya, Msicha, and Goldeneye. Not suitable for copycats of these.

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July 14, 2017 - Last June 27, there was a huge outbreak of a Petya-esque malware with WannaCry-style infector in the Ukraine. Since there is still confusion about how exactly this malware is linked to the original Petya, we have prepared this small guide on the background of the Petya family.

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July 6, 2017 - Get more background on the EternalPetya ransomware. Learn about its origin, attribution, decryption, and the methods of infection and propagation.

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July 6, 2017 - As research concluded, the original author of Petya, Janus, was not involved in the latest attacks on Ukraine. As a result of the recent events, Janus released his private key, allowing all the victims of the previous Petya attacks, to get their files back.

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June 30, 2017 - Since 27th June we've been investigating the outbreak of the new Petya-like malware armed with an infector similar to WannaCry. Since the day one, various contradicting theories started popping up. In this post, we will try to fill this gap, by making a step-by-step comparison of the current kernel and the one on which it is based (Goldeneye Petya).

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June 29, 2017 - The latest Petya seems to be broken on purpose: the victims' keys are lost forever.

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June 27, 2017 - Ringing in with echoes of WannaCry, Petya (or Petrwrap, NotPetya), is a new ransomware strain outbreak affecting many users around the world.

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December 15, 2016 - From March 2016 we've observed the evolution of an interesting low-level ransomware, Petya. Now, we are facing an outbreak of the fourth version - this time under a new name - Goldeneye, and, appropriately, a new, golden theme.

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