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Weekly Intelligence Summary 06 November 2020

November 6, 2020

The developers of the infamous “Maze” ransomware claimed to have permanently ceased operations. Citing several concerns, the group made a rambling and sometimes incoherent statement on its website to confirm rumors that Maze activity has ended. Although many security researchers have questioned the legitimacy of the claims in the statement, Maze does seem to have stopped encrypting new victims in September 2020, and is attempting to coerce final victims to pay ransom. The future of this ransomware syndicate is not clear at this stage, but multiple ransomware operators lie in wait to fill the void left by this extremely prolific and capable group; of particular concern are those using the ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) model.

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