Cyber criminals who attacked Australian logistics and transport provider Toll Group in May have now released a third batch of documents which they exfiltrated from the company's website during the attack.
Cyber criminals appear to have used two different Windows ransomware packages — DoppelPaymer and NetWalker — to attack the City of Knoxville in Tennessee and Trinity Metro, a regional transportation authority of the state of Texas, and, in a familiar ploy, released screenshots of documents stolen from the two organisations.
Cyber criminals claim to have used the Maze ransomware, that can be used to compromise Windows systems, to infiltrate the systems of multinational South Korean electronics giant LG Electronics and siphon off source code for one of the company's "big products".
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