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US authorities are offering $10 million for information on nation-state cyber-attacks

US authorities are offering as much as $10 million in cryptocurrency for information ultimately causing the identification of state-sponsored cyber-attackers.

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A media release states that violations include threats made during ransomware attacks, unauthorized usage of a protected computer with intention to steal sensitive data, and intentionally causing damage without authorization to a protected computer.

This program has set up a reporting channel accessible on the dark web to simply help protect the safety and security of potential sources.

“Reward payments may include payments in cryptocurrency,” said the Department of State.

Additional information on how to access the Tor-based reporting channel are available in the release.

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The offer of a reward comes as the US continues to see cyber-attacks against critical infrastructure which have caused chaos across the nation.

In May this season, a ransomware attack on gas supplier Colonial Pipeline cut off services to multiple states on the east coast.

Attackers leveraging DarkSide malware demanded $4.3 million in bitcoin – a sum that has been reportedly paid out by the company.

Security professionals previously told The Daily Swig that in paying ransoms, organizations risk perpetuating a “feedback loop of malicious activity” that “allows the groups to accomplish a greater amount of sophistication throughout their next attacks, whether that be via training, new tooling, purchasing credentials, or recruitment.

 

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