In February of this year, the emergence of DoDo ransomware was initially reported. This ransomware variant is a spinoff from the widely recognized Chaos ransomware that has been extensively studied. Despite its connection to Chaos, DoDo ransomware isn't classified as a novel strain.
Monti represents a relatively new form of ransomware that targets Linux systems, encrypting their files and appending a ".puuuk" extension to them. There have been indications of potential Monti variations that are effective on Windows systems as well.
The mobile malware landscape in Latin America, particularly in Brazil, has recently gained attention due to the emergence of malicious families like Brata and Amextroll, which have expanded their reach to Europe. One notable addition to this threat landscape is BrasDex, a sophisticated multi-platform malware campaign targeting Brazilian users.
The Rhysida ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) group has swiftly transformed from an unknown entity to a well-established ransomware operation.
A new type of Android Banking Trojan, referred to as "Chameleon," has recently been discovered. This malware is unique as it appears to be a new strain and doesn't resemble any known Trojan families.