This blog is to inform the general public that two researchers representing K7 Threat Control Lab will be presenting and explaining their generic anti-ransomware solution at the Virus Bulletin international security conference. This blog also aims to solicit from fellow conference delegates a few of the latest ransomware samples to test the effectiveness of a new generic anti-ransomware prototype to be demoed for the very first time at the conference.
Are you attending the Virus Bulletin international security conference later this month? If so, my colleague, Gregory Panakkal, and I are due to present ways and means of fighting back against destructive modern ransomware on Friday, the 2nd of October, right after the lunch interval. We have a heuristic anti-ransomware Proof-of-Concept prototype which we will be demonstrating to delegates, explaining its modus operandi.
Have you got a brand new sample of ransomware you would like to throw at our anti-ransomware PoC demo? We are inviting conference delegates to help test the efficacy of the PoC vis-à-vis unknown variants of ransomware in real time, i.e. in our live demo. However, given the demo environment, the following pre-conditions exist for the samples:
- Must run in a VM
- Must encrypt target files without an active internet connection
If you have a suitable sample please use the VB 2015 demo public key to encrypt it.
Then send the encrypted sample to firstname.lastname@example.org any time before 13:00 (local time in Prague) on Friday, the 2nd of October 2015.
We hope to see as many of you as possible at the conference and at our presentation, and of course we are hoping to receive a couple of samples to test live as well.
Senior Manager, K7TCL
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