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FBI shares AvosLocker ransomware technical details, defense tips

The FBI and CISA have updated the list of tools used by AvosLocker ransomware affiliates in attacks, including both open-source utilities and custom scripts. They include various remote administration tools, network tunneling utilities and data exfiltration tools. The agencies also shared a YARA rule for detecting NetMonitor malware, a tool used by the threat actors. They recommend implementing application control mechanisms, using multi-factor authentication, and keeping software updated as defense measures.

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