A prominent US food distribution
company, Sys**, has recently fallen victim to a
cyber-attack by a ransomware gang, leading to the unauthorized disclosure of
internal documents. The cyber-attack was orchestrated
by the Dunghill ransomware gang, a newly emerged group of criminals that
surfaced in May and is believed to have stemmed from the previously active Dark
Angels ransomware gang. The ransomware gang asserts that
they have acquired a database exceeding 10 terabytes from the victim, and they
are currently making selective disclosures of information from this database.
üSys**, headquartered in Texas, USA, is a
global food distribution company that caters to a wide range of businesses and
institutions, including restaurants, hotels, hospitals, and schools. They
provide an extensive range of food products and services worldwide.
A Korean pharmaceutical company has
been identified as a victim of a cyber-attack perpetrated by a ransomware gang
operating on the dark web. The impacted organization, referred
to as “Company H,” is a domestic small-scale
enterprise that specializes in the research, development, manufacturing, and
distribution of pharmaceuticals and diagnostic kits. The ransomware gang operates a dark
web platform through which they openly disclose the following information:
personal contact details of key C-level executives, including the CEO and COO
of the affected company.
URLs that enable the download of files suspected to be internal documents
belonging to the affected company.
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