DopplePaymer Ransomware Breached a Large Bank, Banka Ekonomike

DopplePaymer ransomware operators are known for targeting large corporates. On this instance, they breached Banka Ekonomike.

About Banka Ekonomike — Based in Prishtinë, Kosovo, operating as the only 100 percent local bank. Banka Ekonomike has operated a total of 30 branches, which are divided into 7 main regions within which 23 sub-branches operate. According to the statistics from the total bank end-of-year 2018 report, out of 201 branches / sub-branches present in the banking market in Kosovo, Banka Ekonomike ranked 3rd or about 15 percent participation in the total number. In 2018, the bank has moved branches in Klina, Hajvali and Drenas to more modern facilities and has remodeled the branch of Prizren.

The DopplePaymer has released the data of the bank which includes over 70GB of files with financial transactions. Sample screenshot is below:

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