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Hacking Group in Gas Pipeline Attack Says It Shut Down, Blames U.S. ‘Pressure’ – The Daily Beast

Experts have warned that the hacking group may simply be trying to take the heat off so they can regroup.

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The hacking group accused of nearly crippling the U.S. gas supply on the East Coast with a ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline says it is shutting down due to pressure from the U.S., according to The New York Times. Due to the pressure from the U.S., the affiliate program is closed. Stay safe and good luck, DarkSide said in a statement quoted by the Times on Friday. The Wall Street Journal first reported on the group apparently pulling the plug on operations. The groups website has been down…

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