Cyber criminals, who used the Windows Nefilim ransomware to attack the appliance maker Fisher & Paykel earlier this year, have released a third tranche of documents, stolen from the company during the incident, on the dark web.
Attackers who used the Nefilim ransomware, that works on Windows systems, to attack appliance maker Fisher & Paykel have posted links to a second lot of documents which were stolen from the company during the attack, security sources have told iTWire.
New Zealand-based appliance retailer Fisher & Paykel has teamed up with digital commerce consultancy Tryzens to launch its new online platform in the UK market and to service its global market customers.
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