The BlackCat Ransomware group claims to have hacked SOLAR INDUSTRIES INDIA and to have stolen 2TB of “secret military data.”
The BlackCat Ransomware gang added SOLAR INDUSTRIES INDIA to the list of victims published on its Tor leak site. The company is a globally recognised industrial explosives manufacturer, it provides complete blasting solutions, including packaged, bulk explosives and initiating systems to meet its customer needs across the globe.
The BlackCat Ransomware group claims to have breached the company infrastructure and to have stolen 2TB of data, including secret military data related to weapons production.
“Because of low security, more than 2TB of sensitive data related to weapons production was stolen from Solar Industries India Limited.” reads the message published on the leak site. “The data leakage affected all products and classified documents of the company. The data includes full descriptions of engineering specifications, drawings, audits of many weapons, among others:
Rocket Pinaka MK-1 ADM-1
Propellant Pinaka MK-1 Enhanced
Proppelant Pinaka MK-2 Guided
Proppelant Akash Booster
Proppelant Astra MK-2
Proppelant Star Booster
Proppelant A1-P(P1 & P2)
Warhead: Konkur, Invar, ATGM MK-2, MPBX Blocks
Mines: Vibhav, Vishal, Adrashy
Bomb: PGB 450, GP 250
And much more.”
Stolen data includes:
Personal information about the company’s employees and customers
Armament supply chains to various sources
Blueprints and engineering documentation of the weapons
Information about who Solar Industries India is partnering with
Government documents revealing details of cooperation
Records from all production cameras and offices
Backups and databases
Details of warhead composition and engineering documentation of the callout elements of various products
Audits and reports of flaws and vulnerabilities in the company’s products
Documentation of technical, power and other characteristics of the company’s products
Internal product testing documentation with all documentation and approvals
Information and documents about our future developments
Contracts with the army and other customers
BlackCat published images of the stolen documents and pictures taken from the company’s security cameras as proof of the hack.
The group invites anyone wishing to bid on all Solar Group data within 24 hours of the publication of its blog to contact them in TOX.
It is interesting to notice that the gang claims have serious evidence of industrial spying in other countries (including friendly states).
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