Inside Qilin Ransomware: 85% of Ransom Payouts Go to


Inside Qilin Ransomware: 85% of Ransom Payouts Go to

Ransomware affiliates that engage in the Qilin ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) scheme earn between 80% and 85% of the ransom payments, according to new findings from cybersecurity firm Group-IB.

The company’s analysis reveals that the ransomware uses a variety of tactics to personalize its attacks to each victim.

It also shows that the threat actors target different types of servers and versions of Linux and VMware ESXi servers for their ransomware attacks.

The affiliate panel is divided into sections such as Targets, Blogs, Stuffers, News, Payments, and FAQs to manage and coordinate its network of affiliates, security researcher Nikolay Kichatov said.

Ransomware companies adopting Rust are very significant not only because of evasion detection capabilities, but also for the fact that it allows the threat actor’s to target Windows, Linux, and VMware servers

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