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Victim Name Valley TeleCom Group
Victim Post Date 2024-01-26
Description Valley TeleCom is a leader in state-of-the-art broadband services
throughout service exchanges in Arizona and New Mexico with a wi
de range of products to fit the varied needs of current and futur
e subscribers. We’ve obtained about 310GB of their files. Lots of
ndas, confidential agreements, customers information, operationa
l files and so on. We’ll share everything soon.

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.

Citations:

  • [1] scmagazine.com/resource/akira-ransomware-groups-changing-tactics-what-you-need-to-know
  • [2] scmagazine.com/brief/escalating-akira-ransomware-attacks-target-finland
  • [3] news.sophos.com/en-us/2023/12/21/akira-again-the-ransomware-that-keeps-on-taking/
  • [4] provendata.com/blog/akira-ransomware/
  • [5] trendmicro.com/vinfo/us/security/news/ransomware-spotlight/ransomware-spotlight-akira

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