A Ransomware group has taken credit for the recent attack targeting aviation services company Swissport, and the cybercriminals claim to have stolen more than one terabyte of data.
Swissport discovered the breach on February 3 and disclosed the incident one day later. The company at the time could not share any information on the type of ransomware used in the attack or whether any data was stolen.
However, operators of a ransomware known as BlackCat, ALPHV and Noberus took credit for the attack on Monday, and published several files allegedly stolen from Swissport systems. Leaked files include passport copies, a database containing job candidate information, and an internal document.
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