Ransomware Gangs Using a new Method to Collect Ransom Payments from Victims


There are lots of ransomware gangs in the wild, and amongst them, the leading ones are carrying out new methods to press more victim companies to ransom required by the gangs.

Here, the ransomware operators send out e-mails to the customer and require more ransom payment to protect their privacy. And the Clop ransomware group was being linked with really high profile hacks.

By doing this, will absolutely produce further pressure on the company and will force the impacted company to pay the required ransom.

The methods are quite unsafe, as it harms a companys personal privacy because the stolen information include all the fragile data of the clients like:-.

But, as we said above, the ransomware gangs are utilizing these brand-new tactics; so, the Clop ransomware is not the only ransomware operators that are pressing the victims by utilizing these brand-new tactics.

According to the report, Clop ransomware operators are the ones who has begun these tactics, and the operators of the Clop are continuously forcing their victims to pay the more demanded ransom.

As soon as the operators steal the information, later they utilize the information as a double-extortion tactic and threaten the company to release the data if a required ransom is not paid..

Nevertheless, the ransomware operators were utilizing a common strategy, that is, to take unencrypted data prior to securing a victims network.

Clop Warns Victims.

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The clop operators likewise mention that if the business doesnt pay the demanded ransom, then they will publish all the taken information on the Darkweb online forums..

The e-mail technique was first initiated with the customer of Flagstar Bank and later with the people that were exposed in the University of Colorados Accellion hack.

Just recently, the REvil ransomware gang has published a report by asserting that they are practicing DDoS attacks and voice calls to the victims organization partners by forcing the customer/victims for paying the demanded cash.

After hacking the organization, the Clop operators send e-mails to the customer, and the emails state that the company has actually been hacked and all the data has been stolen and will soon be released in case the business declines to secure its individuals data by not paying the required ransom.

All the ransomware operators are continuing to emerge with several brand-new tactics to evade and loot their victims..

All these ransomware gangs are apparently using these comparable techniques on consumers and stating that all their personal information might have been disclosed in a cyberattack.

Credit card information.
Social security numbers.
Government-issued IDs.