This Wiper is named as GermanWiper due to its targeting of German victims and it being a destructive wiper rather than a ransomware. It destroys its victim's files by filling zeros in it and yet ask for 0.15 BTC or $1500.
LooCipher encrypts the files using AES-128 and adds the extension .lcphr. Emisoft publish a free decryptor for it.
MegaCortex Ransomware target the corporate sector and are trying to gain access to the organization’s domain controller in order to deliver the ransomware to the maximum number of workstations.
Sodin, Sodinokibi, REvil or BlueBackground Ransomware encrypts user data with AES, and then requires a ransom at 0.475–0.950 BTC to return files. It exploits a zero-day, CVE-2018-8453, was previously abused by an APT, and was patched in the Oct 18 Patch Tuesday.
LooCipher Ransomware encrypts user data with AES, and then requires a ransom in BTC to return files. It spreads via spam email campaigns. It spread macro enabled word document called Info_BSV_2019.docm