The Future Response strategy of Ransomware Diversifying ransomware, best defenses? Every day thousands of new Ransomware are distributed worldwide. This document explores the limitations of existing defense methods against the explosion of Ransomware and how to overcome them.
A major ransomware attack has affected many organizations across the world reportedly including the PetroChina(Gas Station) in the China, NHS(National Health Service) in the UK, FedEx in the US. The malware responsible for this attack is a ransomware variant known as 'WannaCry' (also known as ‘WannaCrypt’ or ‘WannaCrypt0r’). A WannaCry ransomware finds vulnerable machines connected to the network, seeking for SMB remote code execution vulnerability targeting Windows XP and higher.
In 12th of May, the highest level of Ransomware attack occurred targeting all over the world.
The Ransomware used exploit called EternalBlue, a vulnerability operated by the NSA and released to the public by ShadowBrokers.
Microsoft has released a security update MS17-010 in March.
Unfortunately, not all operating system has patched.
This document describes the major characteristics of WannaCry Ransomware, how to prevent infection, and what to do when the infection occurs.
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This document is intended to test the ability of anti-Ransomware software AppCheck to detect ransomware behavior and to automatically repair damaged files.CARB engine blocks file encryption activities of ransomware as well as other types of file damaging activities and recovers automatically through context awareness ransomware behavior detection technology.* Please be assured that the instructions given in the document will not cause problems with the system.