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Cybercriminal law conveys a strong message – different

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Transware hackers who stole gigabytes of data from a prominent New York-based entertainment law firm posted a batch of emails on the Dark Web on Saturday, claiming they had information against former President Donald Trump.

However, in the case of the 169 emails collected, the attackers did not receive anything illegally from the Grubman Shire Mycelase and Sex system.

In fact, only a handful of emails published online on Saturday actually refer to Donald Trump in a meaningful context, including a few satirical references to him on TV shows and commercials, as well as discussions in ABC News’ 2015 interview with Barbara Walters.

Meanwhile, among the hacked emails were newsletters linked to articles about the White House occupier. In several cases, “Trump” was included in the meaning of the activity because the emails had nothing to do with Donald Trump. There were a few others who corresponded with an organization whose offices were in the Trump Tower in New York. Another email chain referred to a client who was staying at the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York.

In short, it’s nothing like a “ton of dirty laundry” Cyberattackers have claimed they have Donald Trump.

The hackers claimed that the emails they released on Saturday contained “the most innocent information” about Trump – clearly trying to imply that they contained more interesting material. However, considering that there is nothing remotely interesting in what they have revealed, it seems that cyber criminals are exaggerating the value of their stolen data.

Grubman refused to pay an initial 21 million ransom for the Shire MySales & Sax cyberthware, after which hackers doubled their demand to 42 42 million. Now that it’s clear the law firm, which brought in the FBI to conduct a criminal investigation, won’t even talk to the criminal ring, hackers are claiming they will auction off client data stolen on a dark web.

The attack on the Grubman Shire Meizelles & Sax Network, which appears to have taken place in or around May, has been linked to multiple music and entertainment personality documents. The hackers claimed that Lady Gaga, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Bruce Springsteen, Mary J. Blig, Ella Mai, Christina Aguilera, Maria Kerry, Cam Newton, Betty Midler, Jessica Simpson, Priyanka Chopra, Aidina Menzel and Run DMC.

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