Here comes another data leak being published by the NetWalker ransomware operators. In this instance, they targeted Stellar, which leading customer experience management organisation, operating across Australia, Asia, North America and Africa.
Stellar is the leading customer experience organisation, operating across Australia, Asia, North America, and Africa. They design and deploy solutions anchored around the delivery of exceptional customer experiences through our Customer Management, Consulting, and Intelligent Automation businesses. For over 20 years, they have designed solutions that respond to the changing needs and expectations voiced by customers and employees alike. Organisations turn to them for help in converting their customer needs into actions. Understanding their client’s strategic drivers and business goals enables us to deliver the right solution as a trusted partner, augmenting people with technology to bring out the best in both. With expertise across multiple industries and key business functions, they deliver outstanding experiences, driving innovation to improve the way business is done.
Below is the message posted by the NetWalker ransomware operators on their online blog-:
The Cyble Research Team has identified and verified the data leak. Currently, the ransomware operators have leaked a sample of the data leak and It seems that if the organisation does not make an agreement with the ransomware operators, then their sensitive data would be leaked online within a couple of days. Below are the snapshots of the sample of data leak of Stellar corporation.
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