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The Infamous Ransomware INC Ransom Group Hits: Continuing Healthcare Solutions (chs[.]local) 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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INC Ransom Ransomware

Victim Name Continuing Healthcare Solutions (chs.local)
AI Generated Description (Llama 3 70B) It appears that a ransomware attack has compromised the data of a senior living community network, resulting in the leak of sensitive information. The leaked data includes Proof and Encrypted files, suggesting that hackers have accessed and tampered with the organization’s digital assets. This security breach may have far-reaching consequences for the organization, its employees, and the vulnerable populations it serves.
Victim Country (if available) US
Victim Revenue (if available) 24800000
Are files Available To Download? No proof uploaded
Tags Associated with Victim Proof, Encrypted
Date of Leak 20/05/2024
Leak Created Date 20/05/2024
Leak Updated Date 20/05/2024
Leak Views on Dark Web Potal 204

Conti Ransomware Group

The ‘Conti’ ransomware group, known for its aggressive tactics and large-scale attacks, has been a significant threat to organizations globally. The group has targeted a wide range of public and private entities, including healthcare organizations, and has been responsible for numerous high-profile attacks. Conti has gained notoriety for its Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) attack model, where affiliates are paid for successfully deploying the malware into an organization’s system. The group’s aggressive approach, including the exfiltration of data and the threat of data leaks, has made it one of the most prolific and concerning ransomware groups in recent years.


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