A ransomware group has allegedly hacked all Sony systems
Ransomed.vc has also posted a file tree of the leak. What’s unusual is that it only has less than 6,000 files.
Sony is currently facing a significant cybersecurity threat. According to reports, a new ransomware group named “Ransomed.vc” claims responsibility for infiltrating their systems. The group’s audacious move was not limited to mere claims either; they’ve released screenshots as evidence of their “successful” breach. The screenshots shared depicted directories, files, and even source code from Sony’s internal systems. This act was a clear demonstration of the group’s capabilities and their intent to prove the authenticity of their claims.
The newcomer ransomware group claims they’ve successfully compromised all of Sony’s systems, but do they have the proof to back it up? So far, the group has included some proof-of-hack data, but it’s not necessarily compelling information. The info they’ve divulged consists of several Java files, screenshots of an internal log-in page, and a PowerPoint presentation that outlines testbench details.
Ransomed.vc has also posted a file tree of the leak. What’s unusual is that it only has less than 6,000 files, which is small considering it’s supposed to have “all of Sony’s systems.” The files include HTML files, “build log files,” and various Java resources.