Riviera Beach, a city in Florida, is set to pay hackers $600000 in bitcoin with the hope of having its systems restored. Hackers took over the systems several.
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A small Florida city paid an extraordinary $600,000 in ransom this week to hackers who had locked up the city’s computer.
Recap: A little over a week ago government computer systems in Jackson County. On Friday, the decision was made to pay up. The hired cybersecurity team negotiated with the hackers, and agreed to.
Florida city pays hackers 0k bitcoin ransom. By John. Riviera Beach’s daily operations were ground to a complete halt after hackers gained access to the city’s computer systems through.
Officials from Lake City agreed Tuesday to pay 42 bitcoin, roughly $426,000, to hackers who seized the city’s computer.
City employees there first noticed troubles on June 6, when the city’s computer systems. a payment of 42 Bitcoins, or.
For hackers who broke into the computer systems of a Florida city a few weeks back, crime seems to be paying rather well, and the local government has agreed to pay the hefty sum of $600,000 to.
Riviera Beach city leaders agreed earlier this week to pay a ransom to help get the city. compromised computer equipment. Law enforcement is investigating this cyber hack. The city’s interim IT.
On Monday, Lake City authorized its insurer to send the hackers 42 bitcoins, according to The Gainesville Sun. The city.
A Florida city’s council voted to pay a ransom of $600,000 in Bitcoin to hackers that targeted its computer systems – and the payout is a sign of how unprepared much of the US is to deal with a.
Florida municipalities are proving to be a juicy and lucrative target these days for hackers who’ve been launching cyber.
· Florida city forced to pay hackers $600,000 in cryptocurrency to get its computer systems back With Riviera Beach’s records held hostage, its city council voted unanimously to pay 65 bitcoin.
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