Money Message ransomware group claims to have hacked IT giant MSI

Ransomware gang Money Message claims to have hacked the Taiwanese multinational IT corporation MSI (Micro-Star International).

Ransomware gang Money Message announced to have hacked the Taiwanese multinational IT corporation MSI (Micro-Star International). Micro-Star International AKA MSI designs, manufactures, and sells motherboards and graphics cards for customers in the United States, Canada, and internationally. MSI is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan.

The ransomware group added the company to the list of victims on its Tor leak site, it claims to have stolen the source code from the company, including a framework to develop bios, and private keys.

The group published a series of screenshots of the company’s CTMS and ERP databases

The Money Message group threatens to publish the stolen files by Wednesday, April 12, 2023, if the company will not pay the ransom.

BleepingComputer reported that the ransomware gang has demanded a ransom payment of $4,000,000.

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