PonyFinal is a Java based ransomware that is deployed in human operated ransomware attacks. While Java based ransomware are not unheard of, they are not as common as other threat file types. However, organizations should focus less on this payload and more on how it's delivered.
FUCKUNICORN ransomware threatens pharmacies and medical businesses. It tries to convince the user to download an executable file and run it on their computer, with the promise of offering the beta version of the IMMUNI app and have first-hand data of COVID-19 updated in real time regarding the situations of contagion in your region.
Ako ransomware encrypts the data of computers on the local network running Windows (including Windows 10) using AES, and then requires a ransom of 0.5 to 1 BTC in order to return the files. Ransom amount varies from case to case.
VCrypt Ransomware encrypt user data using 7Zip, a legitimate file encryption program, and then delete the original folder. Apparently it is target toward French speaking victims.
Dacls Remote Access Trojan (RAT) associated with North Korea’s Lazarus group, designed specifically for the Mac operating system. It spread via TinkaOTP app, an application that provide Two-factor Authentication.