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Russian hackers stole Apple’s plans

An Apple supplier has been attacked by a hacker group called REvil. In exchange for the data obtained, criminals demand large billions.

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The Russian hacker group, which recently stole multiple blueprints and manufacturing information from a company supplier, is demanding a $ 50 million ransom, or about 15.1 billion forints, from Apple.

– writes the th HVG.

Criminals threaten to make some pages of stolen documents available every day. The Record According to a report, a hacker group called Russian REvil – also known as Sodinokibi – hacked the servers of a Taiwanese manufacturer called Quanta and then stole data from there.

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According to the newspaper, REvil members began publishing the stolen information on April 20, alleging that Quanta said it would not pay them the requested ransom of $ 50 million.

So hackers are now expecting the money directly from Apple, with the deadline on May 1. The hacker was not kidding when it said it had specific plans. The documents released on the iMac just submitted are original. REvil has already attacked Acer in the past and they’re also demanding a lot of money from them, so more attacks are likely to be expected.

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