Optus attack: Hacker’s backflip after threatening to expose information from data breach | 7NEWS

Optus attack: hacker’s backflip after threatening to expose information from data breach | 7news

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Optus attack: Hacker’s backflip after threatening to expose information from data breach | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

Optus denies paying hackers their $1 million ransom following a dramatic day in which the threat was withdrawn but only after 10,000 more customers were exposed online.

Victims have told 7NEWS they are furious.

The FBI has now joined the hunt for the cyber extortionists.

7NEWS Australia YouTube Channel

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