The Nefilim ransomware operation has begun to publish unencrypted files stolen from a Dussmann Group subsidiary during a recent attack.
The Dussmann Group is the largest multi-service provider in Germany with subsidiaries focusing on facility management, corporate childcare, nursing and care for the elderly, and business systems solutions, including HVAC, electrical work, and elevators.
The company has confirmed to BleepingComputer that one of their subsidiaries, Dresdner Kühlanlagenbau GmbH (DKA), recently suffered a ransomware attack where data was stolen.
Nefilim publishes DKA’s stolen data
During the DKA attack, the Nefilim operators claim to have stolen unencrypted files before deploying the ransomware.
Promo.com, an Israeli-based marketing video creation site, has disclosed a data breach after a database containing 22 million user records was leaked for free on a hacker forum.
Promo is a web site that allows you to create promotional videos or ads that can then be shared on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
In a report shared with BleepingComputer by cybersecurity intelligence firm CloudSEK, a well-known seller of data breaches posted a database containing 22.1 million user records on a hacker forum.
This data contains users email addresses, names, genders, geographic location, and for 2.6 million