[HackerNews] U.S. Pipeline Ransomware Attackers Go Dark After Servers and Bitcoin Are Seized

Just as Colonial Pipeline restored all of its systems to operational status in the wake of a crippling ransomware incident a week ago, DarkSide, the cybercrime syndicate behind the attack, claimed it lost control of its infrastructure, citing a law enforcement seizure.
All the dark websites operated by the gang, including its DarkSide Leaks blog, ransom collection site, and breach data content

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