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New Variant of Petya Ransomware Spreading Like Wildfire

The world woke up today to another ransomware outbreak wreaking havoc throughout companies’ networks. This time, the family causing the fuss is Ransomware Petya, a nasty variant that encrypts files and the computer’s master boot record (MBR), rendering the machine unusable. The post New Variant of Petya Ransomware Spreading Like Wildfire appeared first on McAfee Blogs.
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