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Yes. SonicWall Capture Labs released signatures to protect against Bad Rabbit malware that are available for anyone with an active Gateway Security subscription (GAV/IPS). In addition, SonicWall Capture Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) sandboxing service is designed to provide real-time protection against new strains of malware even before signatures are available on the firewall.
On Tuesday, Oct. 24, a new strand of ransomware named Bad Rabbit appeared in Russia and the Ukraine and spread throughout the day. It first was found after attacking Russian media outlets and large organizations in the Ukraine. The initial installer masquerades as a Flash update. Interestingly, this malware contains a list of hardcoded Windows credentials, most likely to brute force entry into devices on the network, according to SonicWall Capture Labs Threat researchers.
SonicWall customers should immediately ensure they have the Capture Advanced Threat Protection sandbox service turned on with their next-generation firewalls and the Block Until Verdict feature is activated. For Bad Rabbit, there is no need to update the signatures on SonicWall firewalls, as they are automatically propagated to the worldwide installed base upon deployment.
To confirm that Capture ATP is enabled login to the firewall and navigate to:
To confirm your Gateway Anti Virus has the latest signatures navigate to:
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