A new type of ransomware attack emerged in recent months, raising red flags among the cybersecurity community and authorities such as the FBI in the United States.
Cybersecurity firm Group-IB has warned that it comes in the form of a Trojan, according to a report published on May 17.
Among them, the attack that Group-IB considers the most notable was against ATM provider Diebold Nixdorf.
35 BTC as the total payment in a ProLock attackThe FBI detailed that the ProLock attack initially gains access to victim networks through phishing emails that often deliver Microsoft Word documents.
According to Group-IB, the ransomware attacks ask for a total payment of 35 BTC — worth $337,750 as of press time.

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