Ομάδα hacker ισχυρίζεται ότι έκλεψε 60 GB δεδομένων από την εταιρεία πυραυλικών συστημάτων ΜBDS, η οποία κατασκευάζει τους πυραύλους Meteor που χρησιμοποιούνται στα Rafale και στις Belharra
Μία υπόθεση hacking με ιδιαίτερο ενδιαφέρον για την Ελλάδα εμφανίστηκε στο διαδίκτυο. Ομάδα hacker με το nickname Adrastea και που αυτοπροσδιορίζονται ως μια ομάδα ανεξάρτητων ειδικών και ερευνητών στον τομέα της ασφάλειας στον κυβερνοχώρο, ισχυρίζεται ότι έχει παραβιάσει την εταιρεία MBDA.
MBDA is a European multinational rocket development and manufacturing company that was the result of the merger of the main French, British and Italian rocket systems companies (Aérospatiale – Matra, BAE Systems and Finmeccanica (now Leonardo)). The name MBDA comes from the initial of the names of rocket companies: Matra, BAe Dynamics and Alenia.
The attackers said the stolen data included information about the company's employees involved in military projects, commercial activities, contract agreements and correspondence with other companies.
We read in Adrastea's message:
"Hello! We are "Adrastea" – a group of independent cyber security experts and researchers. We found critical vulnerabilities in your network infrastructure and gained access to company files and confidential data. Currently, the amount of downloaded data is about 60 GB.
The received data contains confidential and classified information about your company's employees, who participated in the development of MBDA's classified military projects (PLANCTON, CRONOS, CA SIRIUS, EMADS, MCDS, B1NT, etc..) and about commercial activities of your company in the interest of the Ministry of Defense of the European Union (air defense design documentation, missile systems and coastal defense systems, drawings, presentation, video and photographic material (3D), contracts and correspondence with other companies Rampini Carlo, Netcomgroup, Rafael, Thales , ST Electronics etc. )'.
As proof of the hack, Adrastea provided a link to a code-protected file, which contains internal documents related to the company's projects and correspondence.
MBDA published on August 1st a press release claiming that its systems have not been breached.
The data, according to MBDA, was obtained from an external hard drive and there was no breach of corporate networks. At present, the company's internal verification procedures indicate that the data made available online is neither classified nor sensitive.