Ransomware Rewind

Weekly Update: 06 September 2022

Ransomware Rewind is a compilation of ransomware-related stories published over the past week.

Most Active Ransomware Operators

Volume of messages posted by operators during the last week.

Significant Campaigns & Incidents

Documents and discussion of significant ransomware campaigns, incidents, and associated actors.

BlackCat ransomware claims attack on Italian energy agencyBleepingComputer.com – Sep 02 2022 20:05
Damart clothing store hit by Hive ransomware, $2 million demandedBleepingComputer.com – Sep 02 2022 16:25
BlackCat Ransomware responsible for impacting Fremont County systemsCanon City Daily Record – Sep 01 2022 19:39
New ransomware hits Windows, Linux servers of Chile govt agencyBleepingComputer.com – Sep 01 2022 17:50
Goodwill Industries of New Mexico investigating cybersecurity incident INNOAlbuquerque Business First – Aug 31 2022 17:00

Tactics & Techniques

Discussion and mentions of significant techniques deployed by threat actors.

New Ransomware Group BianLian Activity ExplodingInfosecurity Today – Sep 02 2022 11:27
Ransomware Spotlight: BlackBastaTrend Micro Security News – Sep 01 2022 11:21

Researcher Analysis

Analysis, deep-dives and reverse engineering.

Ransomware’s rise: What can be done about itAvast Blog – Sep 05 2022 14:34
Another Ransomware For Linux Likely In DevelopmentSecurity Affairs – Sep 02 2022 13:26
Notebook: Ransomware: An insurance market perspectiveAsia Insurance Review – Aug 31 2022 16:02
Are Healthcare Providers Under Siege From Ransomware?Medium Cybersecurity – Aug 30 2022 02:45

Legal Actions and Discussion

Actions, consequences, and policy discussion by governments and organisations.

Banning Ransoms: The Evolving State of Ransomware ResponseDataBreachToday.eu – Sep 01 2022 20:08

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