As usual DopplePaymer ransomware operators add another data breach to their name. In this instance, they breached Kent County Trading Ltd, one of the financial assets trading companies based in England.
Kent County Trading Ltd was founded in 2004. The company’s line of business includes holding or owning securities of companies other than banks. It mainly runs activities of other asset holding companies that are not listed elsewhere. Apart, from being trading in the capital market for the last 15 years it is still trying to strengthen its roots to become the leading asset trader in the market.
The DopplePaymer ransomware operators leaked their files as shown below-:
The Cyble Research Team has verified the leak of around 1 GB. The data leak includes multiple financial documents of the company such as their ledger accounts, budgets, invoices, employee data, and many more. Below is a snapshot of a few of the files from the lot being leaked by the ransomware operators.
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