Aabn Ransomware Joins Lineup of Djvu Variants

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Another Monday means another Djvu ransomware clone. The newest spinoff based on Djvu ransomware code that has been spotted in the wild is called the Aabn ransomware.

Aabn encrypts files on the victim system and appends the ".aabn" extension, hence its name. This process will turn a file named "document.doc" into "document.doc.aabn" once it has been encrypted. The ransomware encrypts document, archive, media and database files.

The ransom note is dropped inside a file called "_readme.txt" just like all recent Djvu clones. The ransom note follows the established template shared by members of the Djvu ransomware family too, and contains the following text:

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September 19, 2022