ransomware

  1. C

    MAKOP Ransomware attack on PVE 6.4.15 from within a VM guest because it had full access to my vdisks (qcow), allowed ransomware to encrypt my vdisks

    I am starting a thread to document my findings observations and experience of having my server wiped out by Makop Ransomware. So see this as a heads up to check your own stuff. I suspect, (can't prove) that it got into the 'share' where all my VM qcow files were because a guest was able to...
  2. RolandK

    Ransomware threats/attacks to hypervisor platforms are real

    not sure if this has been brought up here, but i cannot remember and it cannot do harm to re-post : https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/massive-esxiargs-ransomware-attack-targets-vmware-esxi-servers-worldwide/ https://33hops.com/massive-esxi-ransomware-attack-2023.html...
  3. K

    [SOLVED] Ransomware protection?

    I have just read the documentation about the new PBS, and I am concerned about ransomware (or worse, attacks that are carried on by humans, that are far more intelligent that automated ransomware). The backup model is "push", i mean, the client machine (the one that is being backed up) accesses...

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