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A new outbreak of malware—which sources identify as a variant of "Petya"—is affecting a growing list of organizations across the world. Petya is designed to infect victims' computers, spread to other computers on the same network, and encrypt data on the computers, rendering them useless.
A "ransom note" presented to victims demands a payment of $300 (to be paid in Bitcoin) to decrypt the data. The latest reporting suggests that the ransomware aspects of Petya are a ruse: The malware may simply wipe and destroy data versus reversibly encrypting it for profit.
Download this report for a technical analysis of the outbreak done by a cross section of Booz Allen teams.