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Hackers offering confidential Coca-Cola data for $64,000
A group of hackers dubbed Stormous is claiming to have caused a data breach at Coca-Cola Co. and is offering confidential data for the equivalent of about $64,000 in bitcoin but cybersecurity experts are casting doubt on the claim.
Coca-Cola is aware of the claim and is cooperating with law enforcement.
Stormous has a reputation for claiming to have "hacked" data that has previously been made available on the dark web by others, according to experts. According to one source, fraudsters frequently misrepresent the scope of their attacks to coerce victims into paying.
Stormous claims to be operating on behalf of Russia in revenge for Coca-decision Cola's to leave the nation following the invasion of Ukraine. Other hackers, ostensibly acting on behalf of Ukraine, have targeted companies that have chosen to remain in Russia.