[BleepingComputer] Insurer AXA hit by ransomware after dropping support for ransom payments

Branches of insurance giant AXA based in Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and the Philippines have been struck by a ransomware cyber attack. As seen by BleepingComputer yesterday, the Avaddon ransomware group claimed on their leak site that they had stolen over 3 TB of sensitive data from AXA’s Asian operations. […]

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