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NDT SEC Disabled The Royal Thai Navy’s Website With DDoS Attack

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On Monday, NDT SEC, a ransomware organization, reportedly disabled the Royal Thai Navy website in a DDoS attack that left the website inaccessible to the general populace.

The attack came seven days shortly after the ransomware group breached Delta Electronics in Thailand, stealing lots of sensitive data and leaving the public worried.

The NDT SEC announced its attack on the Royal Thai Navy website and confirmed it was “dead.” Cybertechwiz affirmed the downing during the period of writing.

Why did NDT Sec Attack?

Seven days ago, the NDT SEC hacking group once again targeted Thailand, claiming responsibility for a data breach affecting Delta Electronics.

Furthermore, this cyber breach has caused ripple concerns about the possible leak of sensitive information. Moreover, Delta Electronics’ website remains functional shortly after the attack, the breach left the public with many developing opinions.

Notably, the true extent of the breach is uncertain as Delta Electronics’ website remains accessible even though the attack breached some important parts of Delta Electronics’ data.

Many know the NDT SEC ransomware group for its audacious and daring cyberattacks and repeated attempts on various firms. Their bold approach extends to sharing data breaches on social platforms like Telegram.

In recent incidents, the threat actors infiltrated the websites of the Thai Meteorological Department, Bangkok Expressway, and Metro Public Company Limited, boldly revealing their successive attacks on Telegram.

Nonetheless, the NDT SEC hacking group’s moves have garnered the attention of world viewers. However, the group offers little or no information about its operations as it repeatedly obscures them. As concerns grow, the group’s focus on Thailand-based entities and their eagerness to reveal data stolen on Telegram suggests a deliberate strategy for their cyberattacks.

Conclusively, as the cybersecurity world evolves, the threat group continuously asserts its digital prowess, raising uncoverable concerns about the security of entities they target and the potential to steal sensitive data.