UPDATE: The hacker group Maze has re-listed the Texas law firm Baker Wotring on its site under the heading “full dump” and has now released the firm’s data. The data includes pain diaries from personal injury cases, fee agreements, HIPPA consent forms and more. Baker Wotring once again declined to return requests for comment. Maze had taken Baker Wotring’s name off its list late last week, leading to the conclusion that the firm paid the hacker’s ransom. The republishing of the firm name and the data dump suggest otherwise.

Maze, the ransomware software and hacking group, has removed Texas law firm Baker Wotring from its “client” site, signaling that the 10-lawyer litigation firm may have opted to pay cybercriminals to halt publication of potentially sensitive data.

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