Researchers found out that the '[email protected]' Ransomware is not your typical encryption Trojan.Instead of encrypting individual files, the Love Server Ransomware is programmed to transfer your data to a password protected archive named 'BACKUP DONT DELETE,' which lacks a file extension.In many countries the domain “mamba” was already taken by Storck, a producer of chewy sweets, so “Mamba” had to create a new brand for the international market.In Russia, Mamba and Wamba operate alongside one another.
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Love Server Ransomware consists of Russian citizens.
We received reports from Spain, Germany, and the UK regarding the '[email protected]' Ransomware and it is safe to assume the targets of the Love Server Ransomware are not limited to Russia. [email protected]' Ransomware Transfers Files to a Password Protected Archive with No Extension The Love Server Ransomware behaves similarly to threats like the Win Rarer Ransomware and the Rar Vault Ransomware.