The saga surrounding Australian money management firm MyBudget is yet to end, with the ransomware group which infiltrated its servers now removing the company's name from the site where it advertises the names of victims who have not acceded to its ransom demands.
The attackers behind the REvil ransomware are reportedly demanding an increased ransom from American food distribution firm Harvest/Sherwood Food Distributors after negotiations over the amount to be paid, through incident response company Coveware, went wrong.
Global insurance provider Chubb appears to have been hit by the Maze ransomware, which attacks Windows systems, the data breach monitoring and prevention service Under the Breach says, adding that the attackers have not yet provided any proof of the attack.
Good on you Doctor CraigI hope this Aussie invention stays in Oz
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