Arstechnica | Spanish firms’ networks close down as results of ransomware

Photograph of the Madrid skyline on an overcast day.

Enlarge / Spanish broadcaster SER used to be hit by way of a ransomware assault at the morning of November 4, 2019, as used to be Spanish tech products and services company Everis. (credit score: OSCAR DEL POZO / AFP via Getty Images)

told Spanish broadcaster ABC, “We’re in hysteria mode.”

Another firms—together with Spanish airport operator Aena—took down a few of their products and services as a precautionary measure. They did so partially as a result of Everis has group of workers on website at many Spanish firms. However the assault could have affected different firms as smartly, regardless that no others have publicly said the ransomware.

The ransomware seems to be a variant of the BitPaymer circle of relatives this is connected to the Dridex group of malware, consistent with safety researcher Vitali Kremez and others who’ve analyzed the assault.

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