Sodinokibi Ransomware Publishes Stolen Data for the First Time

It seems like the ransomware business model is evolving rapidly.  Lawrence Abrams reports:

For the first time, the operators behind the Sodinokibi Ransomware have released files stolen from one of their victims because a ransom was not paid in time.

Since last month, the representatives of the Sodinokibi, otherwise known as REvil, have publicly stated that they would begin to follow Maze’s example and publish data stolen from victims if they do not pay a ransom.

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