Malware

Law In Order hit by ransomware attack

Ry Crozier reports: Law In Order, an Australian supplier of document and digital services to law firms, suffered a ransomware infection over the weekend that is believed to be the Netwalker malware. The company confirmed the attack in a statement on its website, which it had managed to resurrect by Tuesday evening behind the protection of...

NY: Four Winds Hospital reveals September ransomware attack

On September 1, Four Winds Hospital in Katonah, New York discovered that they had been attacked. On November 14, they issued a statement on their site and in local media. From that statement: What happened?  In September 2020, Four Winds Hospital in Katonah was the victim of a ransomware attack that prevented the Hospital from...

Pays de la Loire: Ouest-France victim of a cyberattack

This appears to be a second French newspaper to be attacked in the past few days.  There’s a lot that has not been revealed: is it the same attacker? Is there any political motive? What is going on here?  The Ouest-France group, headquartered in Rennes, was the victim of a cyberattack early this Saturday...

CT: Griffin Hospital website taken down in major ransomware incident

Alexander Soule reports that the Managed.com ransomware attack has indirectly impacted Griffin Hospital, although thankfully, no patient data was involved: Griffin Health has cobbled together an alternative website at griffinhealthct.org while it deals with the issue, with the telephone switchboard remaining operable at 203-735-7421. Read more on MSN.com.  So far, we have no data on...