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- I'm concerned that my Red Hat product is affected by the recent ransomwares, specifically Bad Rabbit, Wannacrypt and Petya (also called NotPetya).
- Should I worry about these ransomwares?
- Is Red Hat Enterprise Linux vulnerable to Bad Rabbit, Wannacrypt and NotPetya ransomwares?
- I've read about a ransomware attacks on the Register here, here and here, what do I need to know?
- Red Hat products are not impacted by these issues.
- Bad Rabbit is a ransomware that uses a fake Adobe Flash installer, then a brute force password guess attack on SMB shares.
Wannacrypt and NotPetya are ransomware campaigns that exploit an SMBv1 flaw present in some legacy operating systems.
More details about the Bad Rabbit ransomware can be found on the Microsoft Support Website
- More details about the Wannacrypt ransomware can be found on the Microsoft Support Website
- More details about Petya/NotPetya ransomware can be found on Microsoft blog.
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