A gang of malicious attackers appears to have used the Windows NetWalker ransomware to stage a raid on the infrastructure of Forsee Power, a company that designs and manufactures smart lithium-ion battery systems for electro-mobility markets.
Cyber criminals have used the Maze ransomware that can be used to attack Windows systems to hit the infrastructure of the Indian public sector body, National Highways Authority of India, and released data that they have stolen prior to encrypting it on-site.
A big US travel management company CWT was hit by ransomware and agreed to pay a ransom to the cyber criminals behind the attack.
I don't know what not to believe in anymore.
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