CrySIS, also known as Dharma, is a group of ransomware that has been developing starting around 2016. We have seen that this ransomware has become progressively dynamic of late, expanding by an edge of 148% from February until April 2019. The increase in discoveries might be because of CrySIS’ powerful utilization of different assault vectors. Italian Windows users are being targeted by a spam campaign that is spreading the Dharma ransomware as the end payload. Researchers indicate the spam emails attempt to disguise themselves as invoice emails. In reality, the spam is being used to infect users with the Ursnif keylogger or the Dharma ransomware. The emails claim that the included URL is a link to invoice documents that need the reader’s approval. The URL references a OneDrive page where a file named “New documento 2.zip” is automatically downloaded as soon as the page is displayed. The zip file contains a Visual Basic script and an image file. Should the user execute the Visual Basic script, infection begins.