The imitation Adobe Flash Update screen (almost an exact copy of the real Flash update) can be seen below:
The following is an example of Bad Rabbit’s lock screen and ransom note:
We at ITOnDemand are monitoring the situation. We have taken the necessary steps to make sure that our partners are protected. Please contact us immediately if you feel that your computers or network have been compromised.
For more information about Bad Rabbit, please see the following link.
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