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SCREENSHOT OF THE SEIZED DARKNET SITE OF THE LOCKBIT RANSOMWARE OPERATION ON MAY 5, 2024

LockBit’s seized darknet site resurrected by police, teasing new revelations

New information about the Lockbit ransomware gang might be coming soon. The gang’s old dark web leak site was taken down by law enforcement in February, but it has now reappeared, hinting at the release of new information in a few days.

Several parts of the site were updated on May 2, all promising more information to be dropped on May 7, including an answer to the “$10m question – who is LockbitSupp”. LockbutSupp is the gang’s apparent leader, and the law enforcement agencies involved in the site takedown have already suggested the individual is based in Russia, and had “engaged with law enforcement”.

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NCA will reveal information about Lockbit’s partners and share details from the gang’s backend systems soon. The seized site reveals more LB hackers.

“What have we learnt?” says another. “Some facts and figures from the backend.” And, again a date of May 7 is given for when these details will be shared.

Prior to that In February, the U.K. National Crime Agency (NCA) confirmed that it got LockBit’s source code and gathered intelligence about its activities and affiliates as part of Operation Cronos.

“Some of the data on LockBit’s systems belonged to victims who had paid a ransom to the threat actors, evidencing that even when a ransom is paid, it does not guarantee that data will be deleted, despite what the criminals have promised,” the agency said that time.

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