There's a new and unusual ransomware strain making the rounds that you should be aware of. Called 'AnteFrigus,' it is primarily distributed via 'malvertising' that redirects users to the RIG exploit kit. One of the most unusual features of this strain is the fact that it specifically doesn't target the C: drive of the target computer. Instead, it focuses exclusively on drives that are commonly associated with mapped network drives and removable hardware. BleepingComputer was one of several organizations to discover the ransomware. They all contacted independent security researcher Vitali Kremez to reverse engineer the malware to get a peek under the hood at how it works. Kremez discovered that this strain only targets the D:, E:, F:, G:, H:, and I: drives. It does not even attempt to encrypt any files located on the C: drive, nor does it try to do anything whatsoever with unmapped network shares.