Someone has leaked the latest version of LockBit encryption online, and while it may seem like a data breach and theft at first, ransomware The public representative of the operator claims that it is actually the handiwork of a disgruntled developer.

A brand new Twitter account called Ali Qushji claimed that their team hacked LockBit’s servers and found the builder for the LockBit 3.0 cipher. The VX-Underground malware source code library followed up on the tweet, saying they had been contacted on September 10 by a user named “protonleaks” with the same content.

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