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The Infamous Ransomware CACTUS Group Hits: https://jmthompson[.]com/ 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.

Cactus Ransomware

Victim Name https://jmthompson[.]com/
Blog Publish Date June 11, 2024
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AI Generated Victim Description (Llama 70B) A ransomware threat actor has leaked data related to a commercial and residential construction company. The leaked data appears to contain a wide range of sensitive information, including:

* Confidential corporate data
* Financial documents
* Project-related files, such as drawings
* Supplier and customer information
* Personal files of employees
* Corporate and personal correspondence

The leaked data may contain a large amount of internal company information, which could be sensitive and potentially damaging to the company’s reputation and operations.

Listed Company Revenue $17.9M

Cactus Ransomware Group

The ‘Cactus’ ransomware group has emerged as a significant threat, utilizing various tactics to compromise enterprise networks and deploy ransomware. The group has been observed targeting VPN appliances for initial access and exploiting known vulnerabilities to gain a foothold in victims’ environments. Cactus has also been known to abuse legitimate remote monitoring and management (RMM) tools to achieve persistence on compromised systems.


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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