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Originally Posted by RiverOfIce View Post

So far the vector of this problem is through malware or downloading directly. So far, it can not function unless you have a open internet connection. The keys to this little mess is stored online servers. If you have a proper firewall to the internet this little beasty can no hurt you. As it currently coded.

I will repeat myself. Because this little wonder requires a direct internet connection and best security practices says nothing on your computer has internet access with out directly approving it, it can be installed on your machine and it not effect it.


So far, there has not be any spread from infected machine to non infected machines. It has attacked all mapped drives but can not infect the uninfected.

It requires a malware to be in your system and spreading for it to spread.

So yes, if you take best security practices, this little wonder will not effect you.

Unless you have hundreds of machines wondering around your network with no security measures on them, you are more or less safe.
You're making an assumption.... who says that this cannot function without an Internet connection? It could encrypt the data regardless and only attempt to reach the C&C servers to drop off the key.


It's not that hard to make this a payload of a worm....

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idk if it was mentioned but I wonder if you could catch/review the outgoing data packets from this particular software then analyze it to obtain the key? Idk how plausible that is im not to savy when it comes to networking and packets and stuff....Has anyone actually checked to see if the files are truly encrypted and its not just bluffing?
It is very very expensive to do deep inspection and saving of every packet. It's just too much data. Even the NSA couldn't do it.

The files are very much encrypted... it's not that hard to do so.
Edited by DuckieHo - 10/18/13 at 9:36pm
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Wait, i this ACTUALLY encrypting files or is it just another malware scare window?

It's actually encrypting your files... and all the files that are shared with your pc.
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post #183 of 321
backup, backup, backup? crashplan is $50/year for unlimited data, really cheap for the protection it offers.
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It's actually encrypting your files... and all the files that are shared with your pc.

Thats... Horrifying. The guy behind this should be punched repeatedly. In the pants. With a bat. Glad I don't have anything worth backing up!
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Thats... Horrifying. The guy behind this should be punched repeatedly. In the pants. With a bat.

Im actually a fan of the idea to find and prosecute, then pass a new law that calls making malware terrorism, send them to Guantanamo, gg.
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Hence, why you should backup your data.
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Hence, why you should backup your data.

Ehh, I don't have anything worth backing up. My desktop is purely for gaming so worst case scenario is I have to re download my steam library.
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post #188 of 321
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Im actually a fan of the idea to find and prosecute, then pass a new law that calls making malware terrorism, send them to Guantanamo, gg.

Well this IS cyber ransom. Shouldn't already be defined as terrorism?

I heard Cuba is quite nice around this time of year....
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Clever and evil way to use encryption... 2048-bit RSA, can't even brute-force it.

So, does this thing encrypt the folders or search for extensions and encrypt file by file?
If yes, would a TrueCrypt volume with a random extension be encrypted as well?

Seeing that the OS is untouched, maybe we could try and hide every documents in the Windows folder tongue.gif

Well, I guess I'll start to rely more on offline backups and frequent sweeps of Malwarebytes.
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Clever and evil way to use encryption... 2048-bit RSA, can't even brute-force it.

So, does this thing encrypt the folders or search for extensions and encrypt file by file?
If yes, would a TrueCrypt volume with a random extension be encrypted as well?

Seeing that the OS is untouched, maybe we could try and hide every documents in the Windows folder tongue.gif

Well, I guess I'll start to rely more on offline backups and frequent sweeps of Malwarebytes.

I guarantee it has no idea what to do with ultra compressed files like those used by imaging services. That said, I highly recommend things like PING (Partimage Is Not Ghost) or similar, as even if it does get you, if you make images regularly, it will take minutes to fix as if nothing happened.
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