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The Week in Ransomware – September 15th 2017 – Mostly In-dev Ransomware

It has been another week of mostly small little in-dev ransomware that will never make it to distribution. In other news, Locky continues to send out large spam campaigns as it tries to become a major player again. Otherwise, not much to report, which we are always happy about. […]… Latest news and stories from BleepingComputer.com

Samsung Galaxy Note FE teardown reveals mostly familiar internals, significantly smaller battery

Samsung Galaxy Note FE teardown reveals mostly familiar internals, significantly smaller battery Seeing as how July is a notoriously slow month for high-end smartphone releases from high-profile companies, Samsung probably chose the Galaxy Note 7 rebirth timing very wisely, even though it’s been so long since the original phone was recalled around … Read more […]

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The Week in Ransomware – June 16th 2017 – Jaff Decrypted & Mostly Crapware

For the most part, mostly in-development ransomware released this week. No really major ransomware variants released that are much of a threat.  The big news, though, is that Kaspersky was able to figure out how to crack the decryption for the Jaff Ransomware and release a free decryptor. […]… Latest news and stories from BleepingComputer.com