Ransomware Group Claims It Attacked New York Metropolis Bar

An internet site that displays knowledge breaches and ransomware assaults has reported that the New York Metropolis Bar Affiliation was hit with a ransomware assault in December and that the attackers have posted screenshots exhibiting the bar’s file listing, in addition to passports of sure people.

The bar didn’t reply to emails I despatched earlier this week asking for remark.

The report by DataBreaches.internet says that the attackers used the CLOP ransomware to achieve entry to the bar’s recordsdata. It says that the attackers posted this message:

“The New York Metropolis Bar is instance of another establishment who not take their obligation to safe shopper, worker and case knowledge severely. We obtain greater than 1.8tb of information and now’s time to have some lawsuits began and fines for neglecting their duties. Each single system was locked again in mid-December but the group stated nothing to anybody to attempt to maintain all of it underneath wraps. Information dimension is so giant we’ve got to share over some weeks.”

The ransomware-prevention firm BlackFog additionally reported the assault on the New York Metropolis Bar.

The attackers additionally posted a screenshot of a portion of the bar’s file listing, and so they additionally posted screenshots of passports for “plenty of people,” the positioning stated.

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