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Luna ransomware hides the Windows, Linux, and ESXi systems; read more

Recently discovered Luna ransomware, now can encrypt the devices that manages various operating systems like Windows, Linux and ESXi systems.

Accordingly, Luna’s operators uses languages like Rust and Golang to create malware and target multiple operating systems by this malware.

It is assumed that the group behind this new ransomware are Russian-speaking affiliates. They developed this new malware in Rust and took advantage of the platform’s agnostic nature to pass it to multiple platforms.

However, Luna is still under development with less capabilities to hide the devices. The group behind the ransomware has been caught by the officials and their activities using Luna is still being monitored.

Also, other new ransomwares have been reported this month like Lilith, C/C++ ransomware that has targeted around 64-bit Windows devices demanding millions of dollars from the victims. Both the threat actors stole the data from the victim’s system and then demanded ransoms from them.

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