Maze ransomware group threatens to post data from victims who refuse to pay-up

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Twenty-five alleged victims - many of them previously unknown - listed on Maze's website

The Maze ransomware group has threatened to release the data stolen from victims who have refused to pay the ransom. Last month, the group published on their website (mazenews.top - visit at you...

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