Cyber ​​attacks on the municipalities of Brescia, Caselle Torinese and Rho: first stolen data published

Marco A. De Felice has an update on some Italian municipalities hit by DoppelPaymer ransomware.  This site has previously reported that Brescia and Rho had been hit, but now De Felice reports that DoppelPaymer operators have started dumping data from Brescia, Caselle Torinese, and Rho:

The three municipalities decide not to pay the ransom requested by the cybercriminals.


For two municipalities involved in the data theft, the news was leaked that DoppelPaymer had initially asked for a ransom equal to 1.3 million euros for the Municipality of Brescia and about 400 thousand euros for the Municipality of Rho for the server decryption key However, this all happened before the hacker group put the first stolen data online.

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