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Nayana webhosting company agreed to pay hackers $1 million

South Korean web hosting company Nayana agreed to pay $1 million in Bitcoin as ransom. On June 10, hackers attacked and blocked 153 Linux servers and as consequence 3,400 business websites hosted were encrypted. Hackers initially asked to be paid $4.4 million and Nayana entered into negotiations.

Disney company asked to pay a big ransom to hackers but will not do it

Hackers are threatening Disney company demanding a big ransom to not distribute before the official launch a movie which media supposed to be Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. It is scheduled to opens on May 26. Another media speculation is targeting that Pixar's Cars 3, due for release next month, might have been hit.

A group of hackers published thousands private photos stolen from a cosmetic surgery clinic

According police, hackers group calling themselves “Tsar Team” have published on Tuesday more than 25,000 private photos, including nude pictures, and other personal data, from patients of a Lithuanian cosmetic surgery clinic. Previously, they broke into the servers of the Grozio Chirurgija clinic and demanded a 300 bitcoin ransom being refused.

How the latest global ransomware attack was stopped

The massive malware attack which hit Friday the Internet at a global scale was stopped at a point accidentally by a security researcher known online as MalwareTech. He observed the malware was trying to contact an unusual web address - iuqerfsodp9ifjaposdfjhgosurijfaewrwergwea.com - but this address was not connected to a website, because nobody had registered it.

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