LockBit hackers claim to have cracked the US Federal Reserve


The LockBit cybercrime gang has claimed to have stolen an enormous database from the US Federal Reserve, which includes sensitive banking information about American citizens – but the claim is being met with suspicion.

Earlier this week, the infamous ransomware operator added the Fed on its data leak site, saying it had acquired an archive containing “33 terabytes of juicy banking information containing Americans’ banking secrets”.

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Source: MSN News


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