Boffins flay Linux ransomware for the third time

World’s most determined VXers can’t get a break.
Darren Pauli
Probably the world’s most tragically determined blackhat developers have had their revitalised Linux.Encoder ransomware pwned again by meddling BitDefender whitehats.
The third iteration of the Linux.Encoder ransomware was unleashed on the world, infecting a paltry 600 servers before a crack team of security analysts returned to rip it apart.
Once again, instead of paying the VXers a Bitcoin to fund training them out of hopelessness, victims can run BitDefender’s decryption utility to release their locked-up files free of charge.
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