The Play ransomware gang has begun to leak data from the City of Oakland, California, that was stolen in a recent cyberattack. The city suffered the ransomware attack on February 8th, with all IT systems taken offline until the network was secured. The initial data leak consists of a 10GB multi-part RAR archive allegedly containing confidential documents, employee information, passports, and IDs. “Private and personal confidential data, financial information. IDs, passports, employee full info, human rights violation information. For now, partially published compressed 10gb,” stated the cybercriminals on their data leak site. In an updated statement posted yesterday, the city stays that they are monitoring the situation and will notify any individuals whose personal information was exposed.
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