RansomHub attacks Europeanprof

Incident Date:

April 24, 2024

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RansomHub attacks Europeanprof






Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, Spain

First Reported

April 24, 2024

Ransomware Attack on Europeanprof

Details of the Attack

Ransomware group RansomHub has attacked Europeanprof and stolen 50GB of data, including data from Dropbox, confidential data and documents, customers’ data, passwords, and more.

About Europeanprof

Europeanprof is a height safety specialist that offers clients concrete and other solutions. The company specializes in the design and installation of height safety elements and carries out all phases of each project, including installation design, equipment supply, assembly, and maintenance reviews.

About RansomHub

RansomHub is a relatively new ransomware-as-a-service operation whose darknet site features an Index page where all its victims are listed, as well as About and Contact pages. The group claims to be a team of hackers from around the world, motivated by one thing – financial gain. However, the gang does say that it does not allow attacks against certain targets, including CIS, Cuba, North Korea, and China. The group also lists a few general rules that it follows and rules for its affiliates. RansomHub does not allow non-profit organizations to be targeted or re-attacked; in other words, it prohibits follow-up attacks on victims who have already paid.

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