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Optus hacker releases more than 10,000 private records


Optus hacker releases more than 10,000 private records and holds the company to RANSOM by demanding it to pay $1million

  • Optus hacker reportedly releases more than 10,000 customer records 
  • Hacker says unless ransom demand is met 10,000 a day will be released 

The Optus hacker has reportedly released more than 10,000 customer records and could release even more unless the company gives in to a $1million ransom demand. 

The hacker says unless the ransom demand is met, 10,000 records will be released every day over four days.  

It is estimated 9.8 million current and former customers have been compromised by the breach.

Cybersecurity journalist Jeremy Kirk took to Twitter to share a screenshot of the hacker’s ransom message.

The message stated…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

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