Back in May, the Necurs spam botnet jettisoned Locky ransomware in favor of the new Jaff ransomware variant. However, earlier this month Kaspersky discovered a vulnerability within Jaff which allowed them to create a decryptor. This turn of events seems to have caused the miscreants behind Necurs to scramble to distribute a different ransomware payload. Falling back on their old tricks, they have selected to re-distribute Locky ransomware. The malware is being transmitted via email using an .exe file encapsulated within two compressed .zip archives.