Netfilim Ransomware Operators Publishes the Data Leak Part 2 of W&T Offshore, a Leading Independent Oil and Natural Gas Producer

Once again, the Netfilim ransomware operators leaked sensitive and confidential files of the W&T Offshore Inc. Earlier to this, they published the data leak part 1 of the company on 27 April 2020, which was verified and been reported by the Cyble Research Team.

W&T Offshore has been an independent oil and natural gas producer active in the acquisition, exploration, and development of properties in the Gulf of Mexico since 1983. For the past 36 + years, we have successfully discovered and produced properties on the conventional shelf and in the deepwater across the Gulf of Mexico thanks to the significant technical expertise of our Founder and CEO, Tracy Krohn, and the team he has assembled. They began trading on the NYSE under ticker symbol “WTI” in 2005 and our headquarters is in Houston, Texas.

Once again, the Cyble Research Team has verified the data leak, which consists of around 4 GB of sensitive and financial data such as organization’s tax return documents, quarterly tax provision documents, partnership agreements, Audit reports, and many more.  As per Cyble’s researchers, the Netfilim ransomware operators have made this data leak due to the W&T Offshore not taking the previous leak seriously. Below are the snapshots of the data being leaked by the ransomware operators-:

Snapshot of Message been posted by the Ransomware Operators

Snapshot of few of the files from the directory listing being leaked by Netfilim 

Update: On June 3, 2020, the group leaked part 3 of their leak (around 5GB) as below:

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