Equilend hit by ransomware attack

LockBit claims responsibility

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LockBit strikes again
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LockBit strikes again

Global fintech firm admits being compromised by a ransomware attack but has not disclosed extent of damage

Global fintech firm Equilend has been hit by a ransomware attack that has disrupted the organisation and shut down part of its operations.  The criminal hacking gang LockBit has said - again - i...

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