Code for Generating Unique Copies of Crypto-Locking Malware Uploaded to VirusTotal
The code used to build copies of Babuk ransomware – to infect victims with the crypto-locking malware – has been leaked, after someone posted the software to virus-scanning service VirusTotal. Whether the leak was intentional – perhaps a rival gang seeking to burn the operation – remains unclear.

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