Thousands Of Linux Servers Infected By Lilu (Lilocked) Ransomware
Threat actors are targeting thousands of Linux-based servers across the globe with a new ransomware strain dubbed Lilocked or Lilu. The campaign began in the middle of July, but infections have spiked in the last two weeks.
Not much is know about the campaign, but it may target servers running outdated versions of Exim software. After encrypting files on a vulnerable server, the ransomware demands that victims pay 0.03 Bitcoin (around $325) to regain access to their data.