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Royal / Zeon ransomware / DEV-0569

Updated on 2022-11-18: DEV-0569 and Royal ransomware

Microsoft has published a report on a threat actor it tracks as DEV-0569, which the company says it saw deploying the Royal ransomware on high-value systems it was infecting via malvertising and contact form phishing schemes. Read more: DEV-0569 finds new ways to deliver Royal ransomware, various payloads

High-level view of bserved DEV-0569 infection chains between August to October 2022.

Updated on 2022-11-15

SecurityScorecard’s Vlad Pasca has a technical breakdown of the new Royal ransomware strain. Read more: A Technical Analysis of Royal Ransomware

Updated on 2022-10-17:

Fortinet’s threat team published a report on the new Royal (Zeon) ransomware, an operation that launched earlier in January this year and has been focusing attacks on enterprise networks. Read more:

Updated on 2022-11-11: Silverstone F1 circuit incident

In one of the weirdest targets to ever get hit by ransomware, the operators of the Silverstone Formula 1 circuit appear to have been hit by the Royal ransomware gang. Read more: Silverstone Formula One circuit posted on ransomware leak site

The Royal ransomware gang claimed credit for attacking Silverstone Circuits, a U.K motor racing circuit. Investigation is underway. Read more: Popular UK motor racing circuit investigating ransomware attack

Overview: New ransomware operation

Several security researchers have been tracking a new private ransomware affiliate program called Royal / Zeon which launched earlier this year in January and has focused solely on large corporate network attacks.




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