[SecurityWeek] Colossus Ransomware Hits Automotive Company in the U.S.

A new ransomware family called Colossus has snagged at least one victim in the United States as of last week, according to security researchers at ZeroFox.

Targeting Windows systems, the Colossus ransomware was used in an attack on an automotive group of dealerships based in the U.S., with its operators threatening to leak 200 GB of stolen data.

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