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A deep dive into Phobos ransomware

Phobos ransomware appeared at the beginning of 2019. It has been noted that this new strain of ransomware is strongly based on the previously known family: Dharma (a.k.a. CrySis), and probably distributed by the same group as Dharma. While attribution is by no means conclusive, you can read more about potential links between Phobos and Dharma here, to include an intriguing connection with the … [Read more...]

Threat spotlight: CrySIS, aka Dharma ransomware, causing a crisis for businesses

CrySIS, aka Dharma, is a family of ransomware that has been evolving since 2006. We have noticed that this ransomware has become increasingly active lately, increasing by a margin of 148 percent from February until April 2019. The uptick in detections may be due to CrySIS’ effective use of multiple attack vectors. Profile of the CrySIS ransomware CrySIS/Dharma, which Malwarebytes … [Read more...]

DirectX and Parallels Desktop 13 Support

For a Windows application that does lots of complex or 3D graphics, there are two popular Windows APIs used by the developers of these applications: DirectX or OpenGL. Together with the graphics card in your Mac, these APIs determine the performance of these applications in a Windows VM running in Parallels DesktopĀ® for Mac. Since [...] The post DirectX and Parallels Desktop 13 Support appeared … [Read more...]