Sodinokibi Ransomware Threatens to Publish Data Stolen From Automotive Group
Sodinokibi ransomware operators have threatened to publish data stolen from a German automotive supplier, GEDIA Automotive Group, if a ransom is not paid. The hackers claimed to have stolen 50GB of data before encrypting all computers on the compromised network. A spreadsheet containing information on an Active Directory environment was also released, but there was no confirmation if the information belongs to GEDIA. Previously, the operators behind Sodinokibi ransomware had sold victim’s data or exposed them online for free when the ransom demands were ignored.
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