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Emtec Inc Hacked by AvosLocker Ransomware Team


Emtec Inc Hacked by AvosLocker Ransomware Team.

The leak contains copies of passports, EMTEC Inc employees full names and complete social security numbers, a large collection of 310 zip files with EMTEC Incs accounting info, every compressed file is up to 1GB+ in size.

Besides these 310 GB files, there are 67 Lucidity Accounting zip archives for download, also up to 1GB in size.

Moreover there are financial statements, audits, bank statements, wages and tax statements, different banks like Bank of America, MB Bank and more.

Projects statistics, projects and customers.

The data was leaked on: 14/09/2022

About Emtec:

Emtec has empowered organizations to thrive via digital technology and process transformation for over 25 years!Emtec is an IT consultancy dedicated to helping their clients drive transformation and growth by employing the latest technologies and processes to empower their employees, accelerate innovation and deliver amazing client experiences.

It has alot of clients, as you can see here.

One of the leaked passports:

The leaked information seems to be from 2008 - 2014 and can be downloaded by anyone using a Tor Browser from AvosLocker Press Releases page.


Since the threat actor released the data, I am assuming the company did not pay a ransom and that they have changed all logins, secured their systems and their connection to Oracle.

Note: I couldn't find anything about the databreach in the news or on their site about the leak.

Emtec Website


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