It's a relatively new ransomware named: GoRansom POC Ransomware
ESET doesn't have a signature for it yet. On execution it failed to detect encryption made by the ransomware. On a side note: Kaspersky which is very well known to protect against ransomware failed to stop this ransomware as well. So, seems like a serious one. My reason of posting is not to blame ESET but want to know what's so special about this ransomware that other reputable AVs ransomware protection module is failing as wel
Not true, it takes VT some time to update. Plus VT doesn't take into account when a particular file was blacklisted in LiveGrid which happened hours ago.
ECLS Command-line scanner, version 7.0.2097.0, (C) 1992-2018 ESET, spol. s r.o.
Module loader, version 1018.1 (20190709), build 1054
Module perseus, version 1554.1 (20190731), build 2050
Module scanner, version 20053 (20190920), build 42838
Module archiver, version 1291 (20190823), build 1305
Module advheur, version 1193 (2019062