Do you want $10 million?
Of course it is!
Well, all you have to do is provide information that identifies or helps identify members of the infamous Cl0p ransomware gang.
The U.S. State Department is understandably keen to thwart malicious hacker activity targeting critical U.S. infrastructure. He has a particular interest in the links between hacking attacks and foreign governments.
and Tweetthe U.S. State Department’s Rewards for Justice program is dangling a $10 million carrot in hopes of luring someone into providing information.
Clearly, if you’re someone with inside information about Cl0p or similar organized cybercriminals, there’s a good chance some pretty nasty folks won’t be happy to share information about them with U.S. authorities. may worry about
This is why the US Department of State suggests that information should be shared via encrypted messaging systems such as Signal, Telegram, WhatsApp or their Tor-based reporting system.
You can access the Rewards for Justice tip line via Tor. he5dybnt7sr6cm32xt77pazmtm65flqy6irivtflruqfc5ep7eiodiad.onion
For more information (accessible via a regular web browser), please visit: Justice Rewards Official Website.
The Russia-linked Cl0p gang has just recently been implicated in exploiting a vulnerability in Progress Software’s MOVEit tool, allegedly stealing data belonging to hundreds of companies around the world.