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LockBit gang claims the attack on the sandwich chain Subway


LockBit ransomware gang claims the attack on the sandwich chain Subway

Pierluigi Paganini
January 21, 2024

The LockBit ransomware gang claimed to have hacked Subway, the American multinational fast food restaurant franchise. 

Subway IP LLC is an American multinational fast-food restaurant franchise that specializes in submarine sandwiches (subs), wraps, salads, and drinks.

The Lockbit ransomware group added Subway to the list of victims on its Tor data leak site and threatened to leak the stolen data on February 02, 2024 at 21:44:16 UTC. The group claims to have stolen hundreds of gigabytes of sensitive data. The gang said that stolen data includes employee salaries, franchise royalty payments, master franchise commission payments, restaurant turnovers, and more

“The biggest sandwich chain is pretending that nothing happened. We exfiltrated their SUBS internal system which includes hundreds of gigabytes of data and all financial expects of the franchise, including employee salaries, franchise royalty payments, master franchise commission payments, restaurant turnovers etc. We are giving some time for them to come and protect this data, if no we are open to sell to competitors.” reads the message published on the Tor leak site.

Lockbit ransomware Subway

At this time, it is unknown what ransom the Lockbit group has demanded from the victim.

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Pierluigi Paganini

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