Ragnar Ransomware Operators Targets Brunnerworks & B Hivelab, One of Top Marketing and Advertising Company Based in America

Here once again, the Ragnar ransomware operators are seen in action. In this instance, they targeted Brunnerworks & BHivelab which is one of the well-known marketing and advertising company based in America.

Based on the information leaked, it appears the negotiation between the ransomware operators and GST Autoleather failed, which lead to this leak. The ransomware operators tend to have leak multiple confidential and sensitive documents of the company. Below is the snapshot of the message being posted by the ransomware operators-:

The Cyble Research Team has identified and verified the data leak. The data leak includes multiple confidential and corporate operational documents such as the company’s security code review documents, employee’s personal financial details, internal crisis documents, and many more. Below is the snapshot of few files from the lot being leaked by the Ragnar ransomware operators.

Files from Brunnerworks & Bhivelab network downloaded on Ragnar’s server

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