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The Infamous Ransomware Akira Group Hits: 4LEAF, Inc in a recent cyber attack, raising concerns about cybersecurity vulnerabilities. To stay ahead of emerging threats, fortify your online security with the HookPhish Dark Web Monitoring platform. Explore HookPhish Dark Web Monitoring.

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Victim Name 4LEAF, Inc
Victim Post Date 2023-04-26
Description Founded in 2001, 4LEAF, Inc. is a multi-discipline engineering fi
rm providing services throughout the Western United States. They
say they have enviable track record of completing complex project
s and staffing assignments with both public and private clients.
Those clients can thank 4LEAF for making their private informatio
n public. Soon you will see those records in detail in our blog a
nd 4LEAF will face a new complex project to complete.

Akira Ransomware Group

The ‘Akira’ ransomware group has emerged as a significant threat to businesses, particularly small- and medium-sized organizations in North America and Australia. The group has been known to target the government sector and has been involved in various high-profile attacks. Akira ransomware group’s tactics have evolved over time, with the group shifting its focus from deploying ransomware to exfiltrating sensitive data from victims’ environments. The group has been observed to breach systems by gaining unauthorized access to target organizations’ VPNs, typically through compromised login credentials.

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Disclaimer: HookPhish does not engage in the exfiltration, downloading, taking, hosting, viewing, reposting, or disclosure of any files or stolen information. Any legal concerns regarding the content should be directed at the attackers, not HookPhish. This blog is dedicated to posting editorial news, alerting readers about companies falling victim to ransomware attacks. HookPhish has no affiliation with ransomware threat actors or groups, and it does not host infringing content. The information on this page is automatically generated and redacted, sourced directly from the Onion Dark Web Tor Blogs pages.

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