[BleepingComputer] US insurer CNA shares Phoenix CryptoLocker ransomware attack timeline

Leading US insurance company CNA Financial has provided a glimpse into how Phoenix CryptoLocker operators breached its network, stole data, and deployed ransomware payloads in a ransomware attack that hit its network in March 2021. […]

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