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LockBit restarted their ransomware operation on a new infrastructure after law enforcement disrupted their servers. Now, they threat to target the government sector more with their attacks.

The gang posted a long message admitting their negligence and sharing their future plans. “Due to my personal negligence and irresponsibility I relaxed and did not update PHP in time.” The threat actor says that the victim’s admin and chat panels server and the blog server were running PHP 8.1.2 and were likely hacked using a critical vulnerability tracked as CVE-2023-3824.

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LockBit ransomware continues attacks:

On Saturday, the gang said it was restarting its ransomware business and acknowledged that their carelessness led to law enforcement stopping its activity in Operation Cronos.

Keeping their name as usual, LockBit moved its data leak site to a new .onion address where five new victims name disclosed.

6 days back, “Operation Cronos” was led by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) with support from Europol, Eurojust, and global law enforcement agencies. The task force was able to take control of 34 servers that made up LockBit’s primary platform, as well as 14,000 accounts used by the group to host tools and store data stolen from victims. The operation also seized 200 crypto-wallets and 1,000 decryption keys which were used to develop a decryptor tool that is now available to the public.

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