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In this Malware Analysis Spotlight, the VMRay Labs Team will examine Paymen45 Ransomware, a new ransomware strain first identified around April 2020. For this analysis, we will analyze a sample of Paymen45 Ransomware first seen in the wild on May 11th, 2020.
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