Conti ransomware finally shuts down data leak, negotiation sites

Lawrence Abrams reports:

The Conti ransomware operation has finally shut down its last public-facing infrastructure, consisting of two Tor servers used to leak data and negotiate with victims, closing the final chapter of the notorious cybercrime brand.

According to threat intel analyst Ido Cohen, Conti’s servers were shut down on Wednesday and BleepingComputer has confirmed they are still offline as of today.

Read more at BleepingComputer.

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