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Clop ransomware looks to target Windows 10 apps

A new variant of the Clop ransomware which targets Windows 10 apps such as text editors and office applications as well as other processes has been discovered in the wild.

When the Clop ransomware first appeared in February of 2019, it was just a CryptoMix ransomware variant that had many features seen in other types of malware. However, in March, the ransomware changed suddenly and began disabling services for Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server, MYSQL and other enterprise software.

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