Kaspersky researchers have uncovered new encryption ransomware named Sodin, which exploits a recently discovered zero-day Windows vulnerability to get elevated privileges in an infected system and takes advantage of the architecture of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) to avoid detection – functionality that is not often seen in ransomware. What’s more, in certain cases the malware requires no user interaction and is simply planted onto vulnerable servers by the attackers…

https://www.deccanchronicle.com/technology/in-other-news/060719/save-yourselves-before-this-ransomware-exploits-your-windows-device.html

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