GandCrab ransomware operators team up with crypter service

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The GandCrab ransomware variant has been paired up with a crypter service to further enhance the malware’s stealth capabilities.

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The malware has undergone a number of evolutions of late and the authors behind GandCrab appear to be constantly seeking out ways to enhance the malware’s code since its formation in January this year.

GandCrab attempts to infect systems via poorly-secured remote desktop applications, exploit kits, phishing, botnets, and PowerShell scripts. The malware usually comes as a package and is considered by many as a ransomware-as-a-service offering.

The ransomware has already claimed thousands of victims worldwide. Once a system has been infected, GandCrab encrypts and locks files and demands a payment of anything from a few

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