BlackCat ransomware gang claims to have hacked US defense contractor NJVC

Another United States defense specialist suffered an information breach, the BlackCat ransomware gang declares to have actually hacked NJVC.

The ALPHV/BlackCat ransomware gang declares to have actually breached the IT company NJVC, which supports the federal government and the United States Department of Defense. The business supports intelligence, defense, and geospatial companies. The business has more than 1,200 workers in areas worldwide.

BlackCat included NJVC to the list of victims on its Tor leakage website and is threatening to launch the supposedly taken information if the business will not pay the ransom.

” We highly suggest that you call us to discuss your circumstance. Otherwise, the personal information in our belongings will be launched in phases every 12 hours. There is a great deal of product,” checks out the ALPHV’s declaration.

At the time of this writing, the ALPHV’s Tor leakage website is not obtainable and it is unclear if there is some relate to the NJVC hack. Professionals reported that the website was periodically online, and somebody observed that the name of NJVC was eliminated from the website.

( SecurityAffairs hacking, NJVC)

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