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Attackers usually deploy ransomware at the end of an operation—after they’ve performed privilege escalation, lateral movement and data exfiltration. Ransomware is almost never
in an environment until encryption begins, so engineering detection for ransomware itself is not sufficient. To proactively test for and detect ransomware, organizations must instead look for ransomware precursors.
This checklist is designed to help organizations detect the precursors of a typical ransomware deployment and provides a starting point for hunting these threats.
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