October 2, 2022: Ferrari Confirms Internal Documents Leaked, States No Evidence of Cyberattack.

Luxury car maker Ferrari is denying that it was hit with a ransomware attack after a gang added the company to its list of victims this week. The ransomware group RansomEXX posted to its leak site claiming to have stolen 7 GB of data from the company. The stolen documents allegedly include contracts, invoices, internal company information, repair manuals and more.

In a statement to The Record on Tuesday, a Ferrari spokesperson said it was aware of reports that documents from the company have been leaked online but said it is not dealing with any kind of ransomware attack or cybersecurity incident.

Developing story.

August 31, 2022: Eni, Italian Oil Giant, Suffers Cyberattack

Italian oil company Eni’s computer networks suffered a cyberattack – and a possible ransomware attack – but the company appeared to have caught it in time, officials said Wednesday.
Eni disclosed a security breach, threat actors gained access to its network, but according to the company the intrusion had minor consequences because it was quickly detected.
“The internal protection systems have detected unauthorized access to the corporate network in recent days,” a spokesperson for the company said.

January 1, 2006: Server Out of Memory

WIZARD SPIDER is a sophisticated eCrime group that has been operating the Ryuk ransomware since August 2018, targeting large organizations for a high-ransom return. This methodology, known as “big game hunting,” signals a shift in operations for WIZARD SPIDER. This actor is a Russia-based criminal group known for the operation of the TrickBot banking malware that had focused primarily on wire fraud in the past.

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