A ransomware gang claims it has breached Ring and is threatening to leak data


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A popular ransomware (opens in new tab) operator claims to have compromised Ring, the Amazon-owned company that builds smart doorbells with cameras. 

A new report on Vice’s Motherboard states that the group known as ALPHV, popular for its use of the BlackCat encryptor malware, added a new entry to its leak site, next to which is Ring’s logo.

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