CROOKS who held Filmmaker to ransom appear to have been cypher more than opportunistic fakers.
So-titled hackers threatened to leak the latest Corsair of the Caribbean film ahead of its announcement if the corporation refused to hand them a “relevant” sum of money.
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Cheif executive Bob Iger initially held a stave meeting in which he claimed that hackers had been in connection and were threatening to share the movie online in several parts.
Iger aforementioned the hackers would release fivesome minutes of the film and then 20-arcminute chunks unless the ransom was cashed.
But following an FBI investigation, Iger aforementioned there was no way that anybody had passage-way to the films before they appeared in the celluloid.
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“To our knowledge, we were not hacked,” Iger told Bumpkin Finance.
“We had a threat of a hack of a picture being stolen.
“We decided to obtain it seriously but not react in the manner in which the someone who was threatening us had required.”
Netflix was targeted by a cyberpunk or group of hackers called The Caliginous Overlord, who handed out links to download Chromatic is The New Black.
The Dark Overlord demanded a “modest” release from Netflix and warned that they had taken several other TV shows including New Broad and several HBO series.
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Netflix said that a meager production company working with many major TV studios suffered a infraction, and described it as an “active situation” that was organism investigated by the FBI.
It did not confirm or deny any pay.
The NHS was sent into total bedlam after it was attacked by ransomware which spreading across the world – affecting 150 power and at least 200,000 computers.
A sum of 47 NHS trusts were floored subsequently employees began to receive pop-ups powerful them their computer’s document had been encrypted, and that they be required to pay the equivalent of around £250 to get them cover.
Cyber security experts admit suggested that North Altaic hackers may have been bottom the attack.
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