More data which was exfiltrated from the Australian freight forwarding and logistics company Henning Harders has been publsihed online, an indication that company has not yielded to the demands of the Maze ransomware group that carried out the attack, security sources tell iTWire.
The group behind a Windows ransomware attack on Australian freight forwarding and logistics firm Henning Harders has started publishing data from the company which was stolen during the attack, security sources have told iTWire.
Australian freight forwarding and logistics firm Henning Harders has been hit by Windows ransomware, with the company saying that customer data may have been accessed, but that there was no evidence to show such data had been misused.
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