Close on the heels of an unsuccessful attack on global technology supplier Pitney Bowes, the people behind the Maze ransomware, which infects Windows systems, have hit the Belgian firm HLB, which has a global network of independent advisory and accounting businesses in 130 countries.
Global technology provider Pitney Bowes has been hit by the Maze ransomware and the attackers have released a number of screenshots of the company's systems to prove their claims. Maze only attacks Windows systems.
The networks of two plastic surgeries, one in Washington and the other in Tennessee, have been hit by the Maze ransomware group and images of patients, both before and after procedures, have been leaked on the Web.
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