Conti ransomware gang apologized to Arab Royals over data leak

The data leak took place last month when the infamous Conti ransomware gang hacked Graff, a UK-based jewelry store Graff popular amongst the elite.

In October 2021, the infamous Conti ransomware gang leaked thousands of records stolen from UK-based jewelry store Graff. In a surprising turn of events, the hackers have posted a statement to let the world know that they regret their decision to leak data as it included files of powerful personalities.

What Happened?

Last month, the Conti ransomware gang claimed that it stole data from around 11,000 Graff customers. The gang later leaked 69,000 documents from the jeweler’s data. The theft was reported by The Mail last week.  

Now Conti gang has posted a statement apologizing to Arabian Gulf royals, making it clear that they do not intend to sell or trade the data. From now on, they will implement a “rigid data review process for any future operations.”

Apology Statement

The statement was posted as a press release on Thursday. Conti vowed to delete ‘any information pertaining to members of Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Qatar families” without reviewing or exposure.

“We found that our sample data was not properly reviewed before being uploaded to

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