Bbnm Ransomware


The Bbnm ransomware is yet another clone of the Djvu ransomware. The Djvu ransomware is a large group of ransomware clones, all based on Djvu code and encryption methods.

There is little that sets apart the Bbnm ransomware. Even the name suggests that there wasn't much effort put into customizing the malware. Once Bbnm finds its way into a system and executes, it encrypts popular file extensions including media files, office documents, databases and more or less every non-essential file.

Encrypted files keep their original filenames, but receive the .bbnm extension. This means that a file that was originally called "schedule.xslx" will turn into "schedule.xslx.bbnm" once it has been encrypted by the ransomware.

The threat actors behind Bbnm ask for nearly a thousand dollars in ransom. The ransom note is contained in a file called "_readme.txt".

The full text of the ransom note goes as follows:


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Even though there is a freely available tool that can decrypt a significant number of Djvu ransomware clones, their ever-growing number and constant additions of new strains into the family mean that new versions will likely not be decrypted by the available tool.

May 5, 2022