Update to Chatham County ransomware attack

There’s an update to a previously reported ransomware attack by DoppelPaymer threat actors on Chatham County, North Carolina.  Read the update in Courier-Tribune. They report that the ransomware entered the county network through a phishing email with a malicious attachment.

In related news, the News & Observer reports that the ransom demand had been worth $2.4 million at the current exchange rate for BTC.  Historically, 50 BTC on Oct. 28 was worth approximately $682,710.00.

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