A new version of the Cerber ransomware was released last week, which is easily to identify based on the .cerber3 extension it adds to all encrypted files.
The move comes after crooks released version v1.5 and v2 in quick succession at the start of August. Before releasing Cerber v2, the crooks distributed v1 for more than six months, with very small updates, once in a while.
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Original source: Softpedia