Ransomware that’s sold as software as a service (SaaS). Cybercriminals license the Cerber ransomware and use it for their own attacks, paying its creators a percentage of their revenues. It spreads through phishing emails and malicious websites, installs itself on the victim’s device, and encrypts their files.
Cerber ransomware will encrypt files slowly, so if you notice it before it encrypts everything, you can stop the malware in its tracks. Here’s how: