Ransomware Gang Offers to Sell Files Stolen From Continental for $50 Million

Eduard Kovacs reports:

A notorious ransomware group is offering to sell files allegedly stolen from German car parts giant Continental for $50 million.

Continental reported in August that it had been targeted in a cyberattack that resulted in hackers accessing some of its systems. The company said at the time that the attack had been “averted” and that business activities were not affected.

The LockBit ransomware group recently revealed on its leak website that it was behind the attack on Continental and threatened to make public information stolen from the company.

Read more at Security Week.

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