The DeadBolt ransomware has recently emerged and is making numerous attacks, which are targeted at QNAP NAS devices. In its first month, the group has made attacks on at least 15 companies.
DeadBolt is yet another ransomware group that primarily targets QNAP NAS devices. QNAP itself issued a warning about the DeadBolt ransomware attacks, instructing its customers not to connect the NAS directly to the Internet, but to a firewall.
DeadBolt claims to have exploited day 0 vulnerability, this name is given to vulnerabilities unknown by the developers of the device, through this loophole the group has access to the internal system of the companies and thereby encrypted the stored files.
The group has been charging high amounts to release the decryption key. And also going beyond ransomware, the group is charging 50 bitcoins to reveal this QNAP vulnerability.
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