By Cluster25 Threat Intel Team
September 17, 2021

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Dharma, a family of ransomware first spotted in 2016, is a malicious program that encrypts a victim’s files and takes as hostage the data on demand for the ransom payment to restore the data back. It belongs to a fairly widespread ransomware family that has been successful over time, especially due to
the many variants related to it and the fact that it has often represented the basis for R-a-a-S
(Ransomware-as-a-Service) programs.

C25 Intelligence reports from where Dharma variants have been operated during 2020, its evolution and how to defend against this threat.

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