…and the group has struck again! On this instance, they targeted Atlas Cars — A UK-based minicab service operating since 1965. According to their public website, they are located in Fulham, Paddington, Clapham, and Hammersmith, and handle a wide prism of travel needs, whether from Londoners or tourists to this vibrant city. From airport transfers to executive car hire, and courier services in between.
The company has been expanding, and most recently they acquired another company, Fulham Cars on Dawes Road.
As part of the breach, the operators have extracted sensitive information from the system, and threatening to leak it out should they are not paid the asked ransom.
At the time of writing this advisory, Cyble researchers confirmed that the data hadn’t been leaked to the public just yet.
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