Switzerland fears government data stolen in cyberattack by PLAY threat actors

Listing by PLAY includes "comment: Private and personal confidential data, finance, taxes, clients private information. For now partially published compressed 5gb. If there no reaction full dump will be uploaded."
Listing on PLAY leak site indicates data was leaked on June 1. Image and link to download redacted by DataBreaches.net.

AFP reports:

Switzerland said Thursday that government operational data might have been stolen in a cyberattack on the technology firm that provides software for several departments.

“Xplain, a Swiss provider of government software, has been the victim of a ransomware attack. After the stolen data had been encrypted and the company blackmailed, the attackers posted some of the stolen data on the darknet,” the government said in a statement.

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