This new ransomware is targeting unpatched Microsoft Exchange servers



Cybersecurity researchers have witnessed a never-seen-before strain of Windows ransomware that was able to compromise an unpatched Microsoft Exchange email server and make its way into the networks of a US-based hospitality business.

In a detailed post, analysts from Sophos revealed that the ransomware written in the Go programming language calls itself Epsilon Red. 



Cybersecurity researchers have witnessed a never-seen-before strain of Windows ransomware that was able to compromise an unpatched Microsoft Exchange email server and make its way into the networks of a US-based hospitality business.

In a detailed post, analysts from Sophos revealed that the ransomware written in the Go programming language calls itself Epsilon Red. 

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