Ransomware group threatens to leak data from France’s justice ministry

Mathieu Pollet, translated by Daniel Eck, reports:

Hackers from ransomware gang Lockbit 2.0 claimed to have hacked into the French justice ministry on Thursday (27 January). They said that if the ransom is not paid by 10 February, the stolen data will be published. EURACTIV France reports.

A total of 9,859 files are ready to be disseminated on 10 February, according to the hacker’s blog, which displays a countdown.

Read more at EURACTIV.

 

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