muna wrote: ↑
Sun Sep 02, 2018 11:15 pm
But I am talking about the existing ransomware against Linux desktop, we can execute it in raspberry pi 3 “ raspbian “
As I can’t find ransomware for raspberry pi3
I want to just take it from repository and run it in raspberry pi instead of Linux workstation
As noted, the OS/OS family isn't the only consideration. There is also the hardware platform. Your Linux workstation is almost certainly running on x86 hardware, while the Pi uses an ARM designed CPU. The two have radically different instruction sets. *If* the malware is written in a cross-platform language, such as Java, then it may run. *If* you have access to the source code and it isn't written to a specific OS and hardware (e.g. an x86 assembler program isn't going to compile on ARM hardware), but rather in a language like C that has compilers on a wide variety of OSes, then you could compile the malware to run on a Pi. On the whole, you're going to be looking at a subset, and possibly a rather small subset, of the extant malware that will run or can be made to run on a Pi.
I'm not the least surprised that you are not seeing Pi-specific malware. It's not much of a target, either from the perspective of total numbers, nor in likely data of interest on such systems. I mean...what is going to be the gain for breaking into my alarm clock? Especially since I can just replace the SD card with a fresh image and restore everything to the way it was prior to the infection in a few minutes. Very hard to hold such a system for ransom.