Apparently, a new version of the infamous TeslaCrypt has been released in the wild, already infecting victims and encrypting their files.
Some technical features of the ransomware have been changed. Read more about it here: http://sensorstechforum.com/teslacrypt-4-2-released-remove-it-and-try-to-restore-your-files/
However, the most striking change is the simplification of the ransom note, which has been deprived of the colorful explanation. Only the payment methods have been left.
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