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NoName ransomware group has claimed responsibility for a series of cyberattacks that have targeted multiple websites across Ukraine, Finland, and the USA.

This revelation, posted on the threat actor’s dark web channel, specifically names eight organizations as the alleged victims in what appears to be a coordinated and widespread cyberattack on organizations.

The organizations identified as targets in this purported NoName ransomware attack include PrivatBank 24, Credit Agricole Bank, MTB BANK, Accordbank, Matek Systems (China), Pixhawk (Switzerland), SpetsInTech, and Kvertus.

NoName Ransomware Attack: Multiple Organizations Listed as Victims

Source: Twitter

The dark web post by the threat actor includes cryptic error messages and Check-Host links, presumably to substantiate their claims. The error messages suggest a range of disruptions, including “503 Service Unavailable,” “403 Forbidden,” and “Internal Server Error.” While these details are concerning, it is important to note that the claims made by the NoName ransomware group remain unverified as of the time of writing.

NoName ransomware attack
Source: Twitter

The Cyber Express has taken the initiative to reach out to some of the organizations mentioned in the dark web post, seeking official statements or responses. Unfortunately, as of now, no statements or confirmations have been received from any of the organizations listed as victims in this alleged NoName ransomware attack.

NoName Ransomware Group: Claims Vs Reality 

Despite the claims made by the NoName ransomware group, a visual examination of the targeted organizations’ websites reveals a mixed scenario. While some websites seem to be fully operational, displaying no immediate signs of a cyberattack, about half of the listed websites are experiencing issues. These issues range from displaying “403 Forbidden” errors to taking an extensive amount of time to render, suggesting a potential disruption or compromise.

The situation is dynamic and continues to unfold. It is crucial to approach this information with caution, as unverified claims in the cybersecurity realm are not uncommon. The alleged NoName ransomware attack highlights the persistent threat of cyberattacks on banks and other vital entities. 

As this is an ongoing story, The Cyber Express will diligently monitor and update this article with any new information regarding the alleged NoName ransomware attack or any further updates from the organizations listed by the NoName ransomware group.

Media Disclaimer: This report is based on internal and external research obtained through various means. The information provided is for reference purposes only, and users bear full responsibility for their reliance on it. The Cyber Express assumes no liability for the accuracy or consequences of using this information.

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