Hacker Holds University Hostage With Stolen Student Data | Bitcoin news
A university in British Columbia, Canada has fallen victim to a hacker who is holding student information hostage and demanding the administration pay a steep ransom or have the data published online. The hacker has demanded the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) in Abbotsford pay 30,000 in Canadian dollars (about $23,000) or risk personal [...] read whole article

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