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Hackers are holding travel money provider Travelex to ransom after infiltrating its systems on New Year's Eve. The cyber attack forced the firm to turn off all computer systems across 30 countries, after criminals broke into its sites with the infamous Sodinokibi ransomware. Hackers have now reportedly demanded $3million (£2.3million) in exchange for either restoration of IT systems or the preservation of customer data.

They are reportedly threatening to release 5GB of customers' personal information - including social security numbers, dates of birth and payment card details - into the public domain unless the company pays up. It is understood that a deadline for payment has been set by the cyber criminals. The Metropolitan Police is leading the investigation into the attack.

Info dated on the 07/01/2020. Read more HERE

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Hackers are holding travel money provider Travelex to ransom after infiltrating its systems on New Year's Eve. The cyber attack forced the firm to turn off all computer systems across 30 countries, after criminals broke into its sites with the infamous Sodinokibi ransomware. Hackers have now reportedly demanded $3million (£2.3million) in exchange for either restoration of IT systems or the preservation of customer data.

They are reportedly threatening to release 5GB of customers' personal information - including social security numbers, dates of birth and payment card details - into the public domain unless the company pays up. It is understood that a deadline for payment has been set by the cyber criminals. The Metropolitan Police is leading the investigation into the attack.

Info dated on the 07/01/2020. Read more HERE

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Published on 17/01/2020 @ 0:39 PM  |

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