How to Stop NotPetya and Similar Ransomware from Spreading in the Network

Posted by Yaron Zinar on Jul 5, 2017 2:06:01 PM

NotPetya, a recent malware, masquerading as the known Petya ransomware started wreaking havoc at a world scale last week. Initially, it looked like another wave in the malware storm that started with Shadow Brokers’ publication of EternalBlue and other zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows OS. And, in fact, NotPetya used EternalBlue as one of the lateral movement methods in its arsenal. But, apparently, the developers of NotPetya wanted to hit some high-value targets and the risk that these networks had already been fully patched would have ruined their attack.

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Topics: Adaptive Response, Credential Compromise, ueba, Ransomware

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