Embraer admitted to a security breach, saying the attackers had "access to only a single environment," and that the incident caused only a temporary impact on "some of its operations."
Last week, a ransomware attack hit Switzerland-based helicopter maker Kopter after hackers broke into the company's internal network.
The hackers also encrypted the company's files and published some of them on the Internet after Kopter refused to engage with the cyber criminals.
The hackers claimed that they broke into the company's network by taking advantage of weak password used by a VPN appliance.
Ransomware gangs are now using new tactics like cold-calling to pressurise victims to make payments if the targeted organisations attempt restoration from backups.
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