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AtomSilo Ransomware Enters the League of Double Extortion

Ransomware is used widely in cyberattacks to disrupt the victim's organization. Over the last two years, many attackers have evolved their ransomware tactics to include data exfiltration. This tactic is known as "double-extortion": attackers demand ransom for the data decryption in addition to the ransom to prevent public release of the stolen data. ThreatLabz monitors these threat actors and analyzes the attack sequences of double extortion attacks. AtomSilo is a new player on the scene, and in this blog, we'll break down the details of their attacks.
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New Trickbot and BazarLoader campaigns use multiple delivery vectors

The Zscaler ThreatLabz research team monitors thousands of files daily tracking new and pervasive threats, including one of the most prominent banking trojans of the last five years: Trickbot. Trickbot has been active since 2016 and is linked to a large number of malicious campaigns involving bitcoin mining and theft of banking information, personal identifying information (PII), and credentials. BazarLoader is a spinoff of this trojan, developed by the same authors. Both are particularly dangerous as they are easily modifiable and capable of delivering multi-stage payloads, as well as taking over computers entirely.
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