In addition, cybercriminals continue to peddle a decent variety of ransomware in the dark web at competitive prices, making it easier for threat actors to get hold of some of the most destructive ransomware variants. This week, for instance, Sixgill researchers found that a bundle of 23 ransomware is being offered on the dark web at US$750. The bundle includes some of the most destructive ransomware such as SamSam, Magniber, Satan, and XiaoBa. It also contains tutorials and manuals on carrying out the attacks, as well as additional information about vulnerabilities that could be exploited to increase their chances of succeeding in their attacks. Any threat actor who gets hold of this bundle could upgrade their existing attack toolkit and maximise potential gains from their attacks.
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