Cyber extortionists who collect personal information from entertainment law firm Grubman Shire Measles & Sax now have a new target on their site: President Donald Trump.
Seen by The Dark Web in a blog post on Thursday Different, The hacker group, which holds thousands of law firm documents hostage – including personal information from Lady Gaga, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Bruce Springsteen, Mary J. Blizzie, Ella Mae, Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey – has said it is increasing their payment to payment 42 million. That’s double their initial 21 21 million asking. The group is threatening to release more data if it is not paid within a week.
On Thursday, the hackers behind the attack shared 2.4 gigabytes of documents, contracts and non-disclosure deals related to Lady Gaga.
Trump will be the next target of a data dump, anonymous Ransomware attackers have claimed. The blog post said, “We’ll publish the next person, Donald Trump.” There’s an election race going on, and we’ve got a ton of dirty laundry in time, “the hackers added,” and to your voters, we can let you know that after such a publication , You certainly don’t want to see him as president. Okay, let’s skip the details. Deadline is one week. ”
Diversity The White House and Grubman Shire Mycelase & Sachs have arrived to comment.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
So far, according to the hackers’ post, they have paid $ 365,000 related to stolen documents from a New York-based law firm. The group complained that they had not received the amount they had earlier demanded, “So, the ransom is now $ 42,000,000. They have that kind of money. And more.”
Grubman Shire Mycelase & Sachs confirmed this week that its computer system had been hacked, an incident that led to allegations of theft of 756 gigabytes of private documents and correspondence. “We have informed our clients and our staff [of the cyberattack], ”He said in a statement Diversity. “We have hired experts from around the world who specialize in this field, and we are working around the clock to address these issues.” The law enforcement agency is working with the FBI and has said it does not plan to talk to hackers or ransom them, adding that “we want our clients to give their unwavering support and recognition that no one is safe from cyber terrorism today.”
News of the hack was published last week. The attack was carried out by a group called “Reveal”, according to the cyber security firm Emsisoft.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Revil group has previously targeted companies and firms, including the US-based currency-exchange company Travlex, which paid hackers বি 2.3 million in bitcoin after a ransom attack, according to the Wall Street Journal.