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Webroot Protects You Against Bad Rabbit
Webroot customers are protected from the Bad Rabbit malware
that is affecting computers across Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, a few surrounding Eastern-European countries, as well as Japan.
What we know about Bad Rabbit thus far:
Bad Rabbit is a well-made piece of malware that uses a lot of clever tricks to spread, similar to NotPetya, which affected customers across the globe this summer.
Bad Rabbit has been successful as it has worm-like behavior, using embedded usernames and passwords to move laterally through the network.
Attackers used compromised websites, most of which are news sources local to the APAC/Eastern European region, as watering-hole infection vectors which helps explain the geographic location.
More about Bad Rabbit, what you can do to protect yourself even further, and what one of our Senior Advanced Threat Research Analyst had to say about it
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