[Heads Up] New Evil Ransomware Feature: Disk Wiper if You Don’t Pay

There is a new ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) strain called LokiLocker, researchers at Blackberry warn. The malware uses rare code obfuscation and includes a file wiper component that attackers can deploy if their victims don’t pay. “It shouldn’t be confused with an older ransomware family called Locky, which was notorious in 2016, or LokiBot, which is an infostealer. 

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