SWRHA battles European hacker
Posted: Wednesday, November 15, 2023
SWRHA battles European hacker to save its system
A Chinese national based in Europe has been identified as the hacker behind the cyberattack on the Southwest Regional Health Authority (SWRHA).
Sources at the authority yesterday revealed that the hacker had been demanding that the SWRHA pay over US$7 million in bitcoin cryptocurrency to regain access to its data after illegally accessing it.
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