From the Trendlabs Security Intelligence Malware Blog:
Yes, it does. And depending on where you are located, it can even speak in your mother tongue.
As discussed in our paper Police Ransomware Update, the people behind police Trojan/Ransomware have implemented improvements to make this threat more effective. Gone are the days when ransomware simply showed a message that users' systems are "captured" and that they have to pay for a fee to have them back.
These days, this new breed of ransomware notifies users of the fee (or ransom) under the guise of the victim's local law enforcement agencies. Thus, a user with a ransomware-infected system from France will get a notification from the Gendarmerie Nationale, while a US-based one will likely receive a message from the FBI.
To level up the ante, we received a report that a new police Trojan variant even has a "voice". Detected as TROJ_REVETON.HM, it locks the infected system but instead of just showing a message, it now urges users to pay verbally. The user won't need a translator to understand what the malware is saying - it speaks the language of the country where the victim is located.
[Screenshot: Ransomware Warning Screen]
Continued : http://blog.trendmicro.com/trendlabs-security-intelligence/latest-on-police-ransomware-it-speaks/
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