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.
The ransomware attackers who penetrated the website of the Australian logistics and transport provider Toll Group have released a second lot of documents which were exfiltrated during the attack on the company's website.
Australian logistics and transport firm Toll Group says that a ransomware group that attacked the company recently has accessed files on a corporate server that included employees' information such as names, residential addresses, age or date of birth and payroll information.
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