Several Organisations Being Targeted by NetWalker Ransomware Operators – Once Again

Just like before the NetWalker ransomware operators once again targeted three well-known organisation whose confidential data is on the verge to be leaked online.

Previously the Cyble Research Team verified and reported the data leak of City of Weiz being made by the NetWalker ransomware group. But in this instance, the ransomware group leaked highly sensitive data and documents of Porcher Industries SA, COLMAR, Bolloré Group. Talking about these organisations, Porcher Industries was been established in the year 1912 and is the global leader of technical textiles and thermoplastic composite solutions with a global platform delivering unique chemistries, technologies, and innovations. The Bolloré Group was been established in the year 1822 and is one of the 500 largest companies in the world. It is currently listed in the majority interest of the Group’s stock is always controlled by the Balloré family. The Colmar company was founded in Italy in the year 1923. It has been the distributor of the French brand LACOSTE clothing in Italy since the late sixties.

The Cyble Research Team has identified the data leak. Currently, the ransomware operators have leaked a sample of data leak of all the organisations and it seems that if the organisation does make an agreement with the ransomware operators, then their sensitive data would be leaked online within a short time phase. Below are the messages posted by the NetWalker ransomware operators on their online blog-:

Here are some snapshots of sample data leaks being posted by the NetWalker ransomware operators.

UPDATE: As of 1 June 2020, the NetWalker ransomware operators have leaked part 1 data leak of the COLMAR and Bolloré Group. Below are the snapshots of the confidential data leaked by the NetWalker ransomware operators.

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