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Shutterfly appears to have been the next victim in the ransomware is back game

Hello folks,

It looks as though Shutterfly was affected by Ransomware, according to a Cyberscoop article titled Photography site Shutterfly is dealing with a ransomware attack. From this article, we can learn that credit card data is not affected, but as security experts have said, keep an eye on things, especially if you pay for the service.

They engaged third-party services to help with the incident, which was first reported by Bleeping Computer and linked within the article.

The company would not indicate to the press whether they were talking to the actors to negotiate a ransomware payment.

If you guessed that the Conti gang was responsible for this, the Cyberscoop article says that it is. It gives a history of what this gang has done in the past.

According to the final paragraph, it says:

The ransomware attack did not impact Shutterfly.com, Snapfish, TinyPrints or Spoonflower sites, according to the company.

I’d say that this is what we know so far, and you should be vigilent and watch your credit or debit card for suspicious activity, especially if you have used Shutterfly services.

Read the article for complete details, and make it a great day!


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Shutterfly appears to have been the next victim in the ransomware is back game was released on December 28, 2021 at 4:55 pm by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: December 28, 2021.


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