ObliqueRAT is yet another remote access Trojan that is distributed via malicious Microsoft Word macro enabled documents. It targeted toward south Asian governments.
A new malicious campaign emerged that conveyed the Dharma ransomware mostly target toward Italian users. The latter, also called CrySIS Ransomware, appeared for the first time in 2016 and over time has evolved into different variations and is increasingly active.
PollerYou ransomware encrypts user data using AES, and then requires a ransom of $100 in BTC in order to return the files. It does not add any extension or marker to its encrypted files.
This ransomware encrypts user data with Salsa20, and then requires you to write to email to learn how to pay the ransom and return the files.
Loda RAT, first detected in 2017 which now slowly matures up into an effective remote access Trojan, yet simple. It steal username/passwords, session cookies and can take screenshots too. Its current version in wild is 1.1.1.