The Sabbath ransomware or “54BB47h” is a spin-off of the Arcane ransomware, this ransomware is not among the big boys but has proven to be just as damaging.
Sabbath has been making small attacks in large volume, the group abuses the RaaS (Ransomware a as Service) tactic, the malware was found on dark web forums being sold for as little as $9.
The group has adopted the tactic of mass “spraying”, this makes it a real threat to anyone connected to the internet.
Sabbath ransomware does not discriminate against countries, like some ransomware that avoid some countries and languages, its attacks have been gaining large proportions.
The group uses double extortion to pressure the victim into paying the ransom, the ransomware extracts and encrypts as many files as possible.
The combination of these two tactics is highly concerning as they are damaging to the person who has been targeted by the group.
Encryption is nearly impossible to break without a decryption key, but there are options. Digital Recovery has developed a technology that can recover files that have been encrypted by ransomware, this tool is called Tracer.
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