Ransomware News post about the recent hacking of an Ireland based website on Twitter

Ransomware News claims to be a Twitter bot that collects information from various ransomware groups on Tor domains and reveals hacked data collected from a recent target.

Twitter handle named Ransomware News majorly collects data related to hacking incidents from the dark web and posts it on its social media handle. Ransomware News explains that they created the account so that everyone can have easy access to the hacked data without needing to visit the Tor domains. They said, “This Twitter Bot gets updates from various crime groups TOR domains and tweets updates. This was created so we do not have to manually check their websites.”

In their latest Twitter post, they gave time and other details of a website that has been targeted to compromise named Ryan Hanley.  Ryan Hanley is one of the most trusted Civil and Structural Engineering Consultants in Ireland having clients from both private to government sectors. Ryan Hanley has been dealing with efficient wastewater management, water conservation, commercial housing, flood management, and eco-friendly structural constructions.

An unknown hacker group compromised the website and leaked more than 200GB of data which is available in the Tor domains for others to use.

The reason behind the tweet posted by Ransomeware News about the recent hacking attempt is unclear. However, cybersecurity experts can follow the news portal to recover compromised data.




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