The news that the Windows Maze ransomware operators are shutting shop should not be a cause for celebration for anyone, the global security firm Sophos has cautioned.
Malicious attackers have used the Maze Windows ransomware to attack the Thai Beverage Public Company and advertised the fact on the dark web.
The Australian strata management company Strata Plus appears to have been hit by a gang using the Maze ransomware that can wreak havoc on Windows systems.
Ransomware groups appear to be co-operating with each other to leak data, security sources have told iTWire, with two recent incidents highlighting what could well be a further headache in a growing problem.
A group of attackers have used the Windows Maze ransomware to breach the systems of the US subsidiary of ST Engineering, a global technology, defence and engineering group specialising in the aerospace, electronics, land systems and marine sectors, for a second time, security sources tell iTWire.
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