Friday, 28 July 2017

New variant of Cerber ransomware (Ferber) analyzed


This summer Cerber is on duty. It comes via spear-phishing emails, bypasses antiviruses leveraging polymorphic encryption and API calls obfuscation. The cryptolocker can be easily customized for every target by embedding the JSON-formatted configuration data encrypted with RC4-128 (the decrypted config is on Github for cfd2d6f189b04d42618007fc9c540352). The file encryption scheme 'master RSA-2048 key'-> 'session RSA-880' -> 'file's RC4-128' used by Cerber is not breakable. Cerber scans the IP ranges specified by CIDRs in the config for the C&C server. 

Read our detailed analysis in the Acronis blog.

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