After taking credit for a June hack of Entrust, the LockBit ransomware gang reportedly built a leak site.
According to MSSPAlert, a partner website of SC Media, Entrust is a Minneapolis-based identity management and authentication firm with close to 3,000 workers. U.S. government organisations are some of Entrust’s major clients.
According to Bleeping Computer, the ransomware organisation is currently one of the most active, and data breaches over time are frequently used as a strategy to persuade companies to return to the bargaining table. According to Bleeping Computer, the organisation has threatened to release all of the information it acquired from the titan of digital security by August 20.
- After claiming that Entrust was hacked in June, the LockBit ransomware organization created a leak site
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