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DoppelPaymer ransomware attacked Foxconn Mexican division

DoppelPaymer ransomware attacked Foxconn

Bleeping Computer reported that two weeks ago, on Thanksgiving Day, the DoppelPaymer ransomware attacked Foxconn Mexican division. Attackers demand from. the largest electronics manufacturer 34 million dollars ransom. Recently, DoppelPaymer operators published files belonging to Foxconn NA on their website. This leak includes only business documents and reports, and does …

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Cobalt Strike source codes published online

Cobalt Strike source codes

Bleeping Computer reports that the source codes for Cobalt Strike has been found in the public domain on GitHub. Hackers , from government APT groups to ransomware operators, for a long time loved this legitimate commercial tool, built for pentesters and red teams, and focused on exploitation and post-exploitation. Although …

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Netwalker ransomware attacked K-Electric, one of the largest electricity suppliers in Pakistan

Netwalker ransomware attacked K-Electric

Bleeping Computer reports that this week ransomware Netwalker attackerd K-Electric, the largest electricity supplier in the Pakistani city of Karachi, disrupting billing and several other online services. K-Electric is one of the largest electricity suppliers in Pakistan, serving 2.5 million customers and over 10,000 employees. On September 7, 2020, the …

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Conti ransomware got its own website for stolen data

Conti ransomware got a website

Bleeping Computer journalists noticed that another ransomware group has launched its own website for stolen data from hacked companies that refuse to pay the ransom. The Conti ransomware, which many information security specialists consider the “successor” of the well-known ransomware Ryuk, has acquired its own website for leaked data. Conti …

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RansomEXX ransomware attacked Konica Minolta

RansomEXX attacked Konica Minolta

Bleeping Computer reports that a week ago RansomEXX ransomware attacked Konica Minolta. Many of the holding’s services suffered from the attack. The first signs of a failure were noticed by the company’s customers back on July 30, 2020. Then users began to discover that the Konica Minolta product support site …

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Shiny Hunters hackers published user data from 18 companies for free

Shiny Hunters published data

The Shiny Hunters hacker group has been quite active in recent months. For example, it claimed responsibility for compromising Microsoft’s GitHub repositories, and also hacked Tokopedia (Indonesia’s largest online store) and sold data from more than a dozen other companies. Now Shiny Hunters hackers have published user data of 18 …

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