The return of Locky with fake invoice emails — 3 Comments

    June 21, 2017 – “… The volume of Locky spam Necurs has sent since the start of this particular campaign is notable. In the first hour of this campaign, Talos observed that Locky spam accounted for up to 7.2% of email volume on one of our systems*. While the campaign has since decreased in the number of messages being sent per minute, Necurs is still actively sending messages containing Locky… we can expect a fixed version of Locky to appear in a future round of Necurs’ ransomware spam… it’s always risky clicking-on-links or opening -attachments- in strange email messages…”


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