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Pipeline attacker Darkside suddenly goes dark—here’s what we know – Ars Technica

The closure may mean the group is ceasing or altering ops—or pulling an exit scam.

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Darksidethe ransomware group that disrupted gasoline distribution across a wide swath of the US this weekhas gone dark, leaving it unclear if the group is ceasing, suspending, or altering its operations or is simply orchestrating an exit scam.
On Thursday, all eight of the dark web sites Darkside used to communicate with the public went down, and they remain down as of publication time. Overnight, a post attributed to Darkside claimed, without providing any evidence,…

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