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Coca-Cola hackers sell 161 GB of stolen data for 1.6 BTC

Coca-Cola hackers sell 161 GB of stolen data for 1.6 BTC

The stolen files include compressed documents, text files with administrator passwords, emails, ZIP archives of accounts and payments, and other confidential data.

According to BleepingComputer, the Stormous hacker group stole 161 GB of Coca-Cola data to sell it for cryptocurrency. Attackers are asking 1.65 BTC (~$65 600) for an array of data.

According to the editorial board, it is a pro-Russian group since it has previously announced its intention to attack foreign countries as a response to hacker attacks against Russia. The group declared its position after the outbreak of the geopolitical conflict against Ukraine.

Even before the Coca-Cola hack, the group offered users to choose a target for the attack. According to the publication, the offered options revealed Stormous' anti-Western stance. It is reported that the group also stole 200 GB of data from Epic Games. However, there is still no reliable proof of this information.

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