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Chat logs show how Egregor, an $80 million ransomware gang, handled negotiations with little mercy

by Tim Starks

The chats also showed how victims could negotiate successfully, and offered a window into the structure of a ransomware operation.

Experts suggest French insurer AXA's plan to shun ransomware payouts will set a precedent

by Tim Starks

AXA's decision was surprising only in how long it took to become an apparent industry first.

FBI alert on Egregor ransomware highlighted affiliate cybercrime model

by Jeff Stone

Egregor is one of a number of strains classified as ransomware-as-a-service, meaning users can pay a fee to enlist the malicious code for their crime sprees.

Researchers find financial ties between notorious ransomware gangs

by Shannon Vavra

It's the latest indication that Maze, Egregor and other groups may be run by a relatively small number of people.

The anatomy of a modern-day ransomware conglomerate

by Jeff Stone

An emerging ransomware outfit builds on the affiliate model that's made malware such an annoying problem.

Ransomware gang Egregor publishes details from HR firm Randstand following hack

by Sean Lyngaas

Since emerging in mid-September, Egregor has reportedly been used in multiple high-profile ransomware attacks.