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DarkBit, the group that claimed responsibility for a ransomware attack on Israel’s Technion university, is making good on its threat to sell the university’s data if the ransom went unpaid. “The price of total bulk is 104 BTC (bitcoin) if anyone buys all of it at once,” said a message on DarkBit’s Telegram channel. It also offered data of individual faculties and departments at a prices ranging from 1 bitcoin (about $28,500) for civil and environmental engineering data to 40 bitcoins for data from the computer science department.  The group added that it also had other Technion data available. “There are some other more wondering subdomains ready for sale if they don’t stop putting pressure on our colleagues,” the group said.  To read this article in full, please click here
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