Darkside Ransomware Operators Made Estimated $90 Million Over Past Nine Months
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Blockchain analysis firm Elliptic issued a report stating that it estimates Darkside ransomware operators made at least $90 million from ransom payments delivered to 47 different separate wallets over the past nine months, since October 2020.
Citing data from dark web criminal intelligence firm Darktrace, Elliptic said the Darkside group appears to have generated the money from at least 99 victims, of which approximately 47% paid their ransom demands. The average payment was $1.9 million. (Catalin Cimpanu / The Record)
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