The rescue band REvil stole more than 800 GB of data from ADIF, the railway infrastructure manager of the Spanish stateused after a successful attack on their systems.
According to El Español, the authorship of the cyber attack belongs to the well-known rescue group On July 22, they posted an entry on REvil’s official Darknet website, boasting that they added another victim.
The Cyber criminals said they had collected over 800 GB of data from ADIF servers, although it has not been confirmed how they managed to violate the safety of the Madrid infrastructure manager.
REvil has not released any further information about the nature of the stolen data, but a screenshot that the gang posted in the blog post shows some files that may contain Personal data, letters, contracts and account information from ADIF.
The vulnerability may not have been addressed
The report claims that the ransomware gang claims to be able to continue downloading data from ADIF computer systems, which suggests The attack continues because of a vulnerability that has not yet been resolved if the requested ransom was not paidwhich is unknown until the end of this edition.
However, the Spanish state company made a comment on the attack:
“”At no time was the infrastructure affected, which always ensures the proper functioning of all of our services. Aware of being the manager of critical infrastructure such as the use of the rail network, Adif sees cyber security as one of the pillars of comprehensive security. “
Recently, REvil launched another series of attacks against three companies in the United States and Canada.. They leaked data from two companies and threatened to disclose sensitive data from the third company.
In addition, on June 12, Cointelegraph reported that The gang leaked sensitive documents that were stolen from a US-based robotics company According to an official REvil blog dated June 11, the team did has started losing confidential data from Symbotic LLC.
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