Gang blackmailed lso for $42 million and threatened to release trump black material

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 Gang blackmailed lso for $42 million and threatened to release trump black material


The gang is using a malicious extortion software to invade the victims network, that is, the above law firms network and encrypt it, requiring payment to unlock. If the firm does not pay, the group will slowly leak the stolen documents.

Trump is not a client of the firm.

The group threatened to publish trump related documents on its blog,

And give a one week period.

The next person were going to announce is Donald Trump.

The campaign is going on and weve found a lot of dirty stuff Voters, we can tell you that after this information is released, you certainly dont want to see him elected president.

(function(){(window.slotbydup=window.slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_5811557,async:true});})(); Meiselas & sacks said in a statement on the 15th that the law firm was not immune from the escalating attacks by foreign cyber criminals. Despite our massive investment in state-of-the-art technology and security, foreign cyber terrorists have invaded our network and demanded us $42 million in ransom. We are working directly with federal law enforcement and continue to work We will continue to work with world-class experts to solve this problem. The law firm said it had been in discussions with the FBI and had not paid any ransom, the Capitol Hill reported. However, criminal groups claim to have received $365000. For now, the White House declined to comment. Relevant recommendations trump threatened to beat the virus. This time, Fudge completely played the opposite tune. Trump said that the United States led the worlds U.S. journalists: the United States totally screwed up the U.S. media: the U.S. government was too arrogant and paid a heavy price. Source: observer.com Author: Xu Lei, editor in charge: Shi Jianlei

Meiselas & sacks said in a statement on the 15th that the law firm was not immune from the escalating attacks by foreign cyber criminals. Despite our massive investment in state-of-the-art technology and security, foreign cyber terrorists have invaded our network and demanded us $42 million in ransom. We are working directly with federal law enforcement and continue to work We will continue to work with world-class experts to solve this problem.

The law firm said it had been in discussions with the FBI and had not paid any ransom, the Capitol Hill reported. However, criminal groups claim to have received $365000.

For now, the White House declined to comment.