It appears that Xerox is among the victims of Maze ransomware attackers, if screenshots posted by the ransomware’s operators are legitimate.
The hackers pilfered more than 100GB of information and are threatening to publish it, according to a report in BleepingComputer, which cited the ransom note as saying, “After the payment the data will be removed from our disks and decryptor will be given to you, so you can restore all your files.”
The report said the prolific group had posted 10 screenshots of directory listings from June 24 and June 25 and other information, showing that eu.xerox.net hosts had been compromised.
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