Ransomware Axxes

The Axxes ransomware has focused its attacks on businesses; the group uses the tactic of double extortion, which consists of stealing sensitive files and blocking them through encryption.

After breaking into the victim’s system Axxes copies all stored files and sends them to a remote server controlled by the group, after which the original files are encrypted, thereby completely blocking access to the system.

All encrypted files are given the extension .axxes and can no longer be opened or altered, after which a file with the ransom terms is generated.

These files are the information for the victim to contact the group, this contact is made through the .TOR browser, the group charges very high amounts to release the decryption key.

There is no guarantee that the decryption key will be released after the ransom is paid, the hackers may be running a new scam. Therefore, never negotiate with criminals, always seek solutions that do not come from criminals.

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