LockBit leaks Royal Mail's data, renews ransom demand

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LockBit leaks Royal Mail's data, renews its ransom demand
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LockBit leaks Royal Mail's data, renews its ransom demand

Most of the leaked data is made up of technical program files and administrative business data, according to Royal Mail

The LockBit ransomware gang, which exfiltrated a significant amount of data from Royal Mail's IT systems, has leaked some of the data and has also set a new ransom demand of £33 million. Previou...

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