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The Week in Ransomware – August 26th 2022 – Fighting back

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We saw a bit of ransomware drama this week, mostly centered around LockBit, who saw their data leak sites taken down by a DDoS attack after they started leaking the allegedly stolen Entrust data.

Last week, LockBit claimed responsibility for a ransomware attack on cybersecurity giant Entrust and began leaking the company’s allegedly stolen data Friday evening.

Soon after leaking the data, LockBit’s Tor data leak sites experienced a DDoS attack that made them inaccessible.

DDoS HTTPS requests with a message to LockBit

Researchers released reports this week on a Genshin Impact anti-cheat driver being abused to terminate antivirus processes during ransomware attacks and a new extortion group called Donut Leaks.

Finally, this week’s ransomware attacks include DESFA, Center Hospitalier Sud Francilien (CHSF), Instituto Agrario Dominicano, and Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP).

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