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Xerox Corporation: Attacked by Maze ransomware

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The hackers behind the Maze of ransomware added another victim on their list. The new victim is the American company Xerox Corporation. According to the data, the encryption process was completed on June 25.

The company has not yet confirmed or denied any hacking attack on network but the ransomware gang has posted some screenshots indicating that computers on at least one Xerox domain have been encrypted.

Xerox Corporation is a huge company with a presence in at least 160 countries and $ 1,8 billion in revenue, according to first quarter of 2020. It employs 27.000 people employees worldwide and is part of the list F.

Maze ransomware: The hackers threaten to publish data size 100 GB

The hackers said they had hacked the Xerox network and uploaded some data on leak site their.

Like previous Maze ransomware posts, this one for Xerox has no details about attack. Hackers have simply uploaded a sample of encrypted data to prove that they have indeed infringed and encrypted the systems the company's.

The Maze ransomware gang said it has steal files of Xerox, size 100 GB, and is determined to share with the whole world, if the company choose not to pay them ransom.

“Μετά την πληρωμή, τα δεδομένα θα αφαιρεθούν από τους δίσκους μας και θα σας δοθεί το tool decryption so you can restore all archives σας”, λέει το σημείωμα που άφησαν οι hackers στην εταιρεία.

Maze of ransomware

Maze ransomware operators have published 10 screenshots showing catalogs from June 24 and 25, network shares and the note left by hackers after the encryption.

In particular, a picture shows that the systems in “eu.xerox.net”, managed by Xerox Corporation, were violated. The systems in other domains, they may also be affected.

The data show that ransomware violated one Xerox branch in Europe, and specifically what is in London.

The hackers Maze ransomware are very active. Some of the most recent attacks they have targeted her LG Electronics, the chip company MaxLinear, the IT company Cognizant and Conduent.

For several months now, the specifics hackers, but other ransomware gangs began stealing them data victims before they encrypt them, and threaten to post, in case their owners do not want to pay the ransom.

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