Rombertik goes through several checks once it is up and running on a Windows computer to see if it has been detected. That behavior is not unusual for some types of malware, but Rombertik “is unique in that it actively attempts to destroy the computer if it detects certain attributes associated with malware analysis...effectively destroys all of the files in a user’s home folder by encrypting each with a random RC4 key.”
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Quick, When Did You Last Do a Full Back-Up?
If you're not backing up data regularly, you do not care about it. That's what I tell my business users. So I'm sharing that idea with y'all. Computers get stolen. Hard drives fail. And then there's this new malware.