The ultimatum is set for Wednesday, June 14. If by that date, the victim companies have not made contact with the cyberattackers of a group that calls itself "Clop", sensitive data on their thousands of employees may be delivered to the darknet, with all the consequences that this can have. British Airways and Aer Lingus, the BBC, and pharmaceutical retailer Boots are caught up in a large-scale cyberattack that has hit at least eight major companies in the UK. What do they have in common? Be clients of Zellis, a company specializing in payroll and human resources management.
To achieve its feat, the Clop group used the vulnerability of a software called MOVEit, used to transfer files securely over internal networks. It is through this "door" that the pirates managed to pass and then, through a game of gateways, to be able to infiltrate the different ...
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