Nine Entertainment is maintaining a no-official-comment policy on the breach of its Sydney network that came to light on 28 March, but the company appears to have no objection to its staff making the wildest of claims about the incident.
The network attack on Nine Entertainment, made public on Sunday, appears to have been carried out by unknown miscreants using a strain of Windows ransomware known as MedusaLocker which was discovered back in 2019.
New Windows ransomware, which has been given the name DearCry, has started affecting systems to which access has been gained by exploiting the Microsoft Exchange Server flaws that were announced by Microsoft on 2 March.
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