LockBit claims cyberattack on India’s national aerospace lab
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LockBit has added NAL to its dark web leak site and is threatening to publish stolen data if a ransom is not paid. The group has posted eight purportedly stolen documents, including confidential letters, an employee’s passport, and other internal documents. NAL’s website is down, but it is unclear if this is due to the ransomware attack. NAL and India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) have not responded to requests for comment. LockBit has targeted some of the world’s most renowned companies in recent months, including Taiwanese chipmaker TSMC, British postal service and courier company Royal Mail, and pharma giant Granules India. By Coshorts

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