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Hackers try to extort Belgian company after cracking database
There is again a Belgian company victim of a data hack. There were about 32,000 email addresses and passwords of Easypay Group are captured. The hacker group Rex Mundi is probably behind the attack.
Hacker Easypay Group, a company human resource services, the hack confirmed . The hackers demanded money from the company and a new hack would follow if that amount was not paid. Easypay Group, however, claims that the claim is rejected. The relevant investigation team and several lawyers have the company supported it. Possible data already landed on the internet. It would be account information that users have registered.
The company calls itself no numbers in his statement, but Het Nieuwsblad writes according to his sources that 32,000 email addresses and passwords have been leaked. Additionally Easypay Group indicates that it is unclear who is behind the hack, while the newspaper reports that the group Rex Mundi is responsible for the hack. It is unknown how they got access to the database.
That hackers group Rex Mundi was already in connection with the hack brought Mensura Absenteeism. Doing so would “several thousand data ‘have become public. It was going to control applications by companies of sick employees and there would be no medical information be leaked.Viewing:-196
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