Online photography service Shutterfly suffered a Conti ransomware attack which allegedly compromised corporate data and encrypted thousands of devices. The ransomware group claims to have encrypted over 4,000 devices and 120 VMware ESXi servers. Reports from BleepingComputer believe the organization is currently in negotiations with the ransomware gang. The gang is using the common double extortion tactic threatening to leak Shutterfly’s stolen data if the company does not pay. A representative from Shutterfly made a statement confirming a ransomware attack that affected their Lifetouch and BorrowLenses business, Groovebook, manufacturing and corporate systems, but said that the Shutterfly.com website and customers’ financial information was not compromised. They stated they are still investigating the incident to assess the full scope of the attack.
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