Silver Report Uncut: DOJ Recovers $4.4 Million from Colonial Pipeline

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Silver Report Uncut
Jun 8, 2021

The DOJ said on Monday that they recovered the $4.4 million dollars worth of Bitcoin paid in ransom over the Colonial Pipeline, Suddenly there are loads of other companies coming out explaining they also suffered locked systems over cyber events. The solution being pushed out right now is very concerning due to the fact it has little to do with these actual events.

“To ensure we can make necessary connections across national and global cases and investigations… we must enhance and centralize our internal tracking of investigations and prosecutions of ransomware groups and the infrastructure and networks that allow the threats to persist,” said Deputy Attorney General Lisa Moreno in a Thursday memo.

According to the Ars: The new directive applies not just to cases or investigations involving ransomware but a host of related scourges, including:

Illicit online forums or marketplaces
Cryptocurrency exchanges
unstoppable hosting services
Botnets
Online money laundering services

What any of these have to do with the actual threat faced should be enough to make you search for the reason why.

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