Several members of the Egregor ransomware group were arrested following a joint operation between Ukrainian and French law enforcement. French law enforcement officers made the arrests after they were able to trace ransom payments to group members based in Ukraine.
The investigation on the Egregor attacks was first initiated by the Tribunal de grande instance de Paris after a number of French companies, such as Ouest France, Gefko, and Ubisoft, suffered attacks, and so issued complaints. Those who were arrested by the police were said to be Egregor affiliates who had hacked into corporate networks to deploy ransomware.
 
That was fast I guess they couldn’t take the money and Run fast enough hell those are deposits right there a billion dollars worth right but how much do you think the real REGINALD CHATMAN is worth alive not dead damnit anyone talking that sacrifice s*** should pay the ultimate sacrifice for messing with the client if we don’t stand up for our rights who else will UK and European community officials good job of catching the bad guy
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