Gaming Partners International (GPI) is a full-service supplier of gaming furniture and equipment for casinos worldwide. The REvil ransomware gang (aka Sodinokibi) claims to have stolen info from the systems at the company before encrypting them.
Recently, one of the members of the gang that goes online with the moniker UNKN, announced in an interview with Yelisey Boguslavskiy that they were planning an attack against a prominent organization in the gaming network.
The attack happened and today the REvil ransomware operators added Gaming Partners International to their dedicated leak site.
The cybercrime gang published some screenshots showing directories and files from the systems of the breached company.
The message published by the ransomware gang threatens to release the stolen data if the company will not pay the ransom within 72 hours.
The hackers claim to have stolen 540Gb of technical and financial documents stolen form the company.
“Absolutely all servers and working computers of the company are hacked and encrypted. There was a large data leak 540Gb of the most important information of the company, technical data, financial documents, contracts with ALL CASINO in LAS-VEGAS, MACAO, EUROPE, bank documents.” reads the message published by the ransomware operators.
The list of victims of the REvil ransomware gang is long and includes the London-based Travelex, the law firm of the stars, Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks (GSMLaw), the law firm Seyfarth Shaw, and US-based supplier of video delivery software solutions, SeaChange International.
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Gaming Partners International (GPI))