A disruption in the Necurs botnet occurred at the same time as a drop in Locky and Dridex activity, leading researchers to believe the two events are related. Researchers at Proofpoint explain they first detected a significant decline in malicious spam campaigns leveraging Locky and Dridex as payloads on June 1st. First detected back in […]… Read More
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