New version fixes known flaws and adopts new exploit kit-based distribution model.
The TeslaCrypt creators called it quits recently, but unfortunately for users, there’s a new ransomware program that’s ready to take its place.
Called DMA Locker, this threat first appeared in January, but its encryption implementation was so flawed that it was hard to take it seriously. Researchers had no problem developing a file recovery tool for the first two versions.
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