Source : Internet & Darknet
Motive: Ransom : 10,000,000 USD.
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has faced a significant disruption, with its services being completely shut down for over 120 hours, equivalent to five days. The outage has generated a wave of frustration among customers, particularly on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Some individuals are even considering legal action against SAS.
During this period, the disruption not only impacted SAS’s services and communications but also resulted in numerous inconveniences for passengers. Reports have emerged of lost baggage that remains unaccounted for, leaving passengers waiting for their belongings for an extended period of 3 to 4 days. Flight delays and cancellations have also been widely reported, adding to the discontent among customers. The fallout from these issues has led some loyal customers to express their disappointment publicly, announcing their departure from the airline on Twitter.
The situation has fueled outrage over the course of the past five days, as affected individuals and those observing the events express their frustrations and concerns. The lack of resolution and clarity from SAS has further contributed to the dissatisfaction felt by customers.
In a concerning development, an unknown entity has claimed responsibility for the disruption. Their message suggests a motive of teaching SAS a lesson about prioritizing customer care. The group behind the disruption threatens to escalate their attacks, emphasizing their indifference to the consequences faced by SAS and its customers. They have now increased their ransom demand to an alarming 3 million US dollars, hinting at the potential for further increases in the future.
SAS now faces the challenge of not only restoring its services promptly but also addressing the underlying security vulnerabilities that allowed this disruption to occur. The company’s response and efforts to mitigate the situation will be closely watched as they work towards resolving the issues and rebuilding customer trust.
It is important to note that engaging in disruptive activities and resorting to ransom demands are illegal and harmful. The impact of such actions extends beyond the targeted organization, affecting innocent customers and stakeholders.
Take away : Ransom asked by Anonymous Sudan increased from 3,000,000 USD to New Ransom : 10,000,000 USD.
References: Internet, Darknet, Telegram