The Italian multinational energy giant Enel Group appears to have been hit by cyber criminals using the Windows NetWalker ransomware, and some screenshots of data stolen from the company has been posted on the dark web.
Indiana-based KYB Corporation, the biggest supplier of OEM automotive equipment to companies around the globe, appears to have been hit by the Windows NetWalker ransomware, with the criminals behind the attack threatening to leak data stolen from the company on the dark web.
The University of California in San Francisco has admitted it paid US$1.14 million to cyber criminals who attacked its website using the NetWalker ransomware that runs on Windows systems.
Remarkable - note that the Law in Order url is now throwing up a 404 error...
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