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Manchester United blackmailed: computers hacked by hackers, "the club is held hostage" - Walla! sport

2020-11-28T03:34:20.869Z

Cybercriminals have taken over the club's computers and are demanding ransom in order to release him. Fear: Hold sensitive information about the club, players and fans



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Manchester United blackmailed: computers hacked by hackers, "club held hostage"

Cybercriminals have taken over the club's computers and are demanding ransom in order to release him.

Fear: Hold sensitive information about the club, players and fans

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Friday, November 27, 2020, 1:00 p.m.

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Cybercriminals are trying to blackmail Manchester United, it was reported tonight (Thursday) in England.

According to the "Daily Mail", criminals have announced they have taken over the management of the club's computer and hold it as 'a guarantee' as they require millions of pounds as a heretic before it is released.



United led a team of its own technical experts to help in a difficult situation is encountered, After being informed of the task about a week ago, however, they have not yet been able to find a solution, and the hackers are still threatening Manchester United and its management, when the National Cyber ​​Center in England also enlisted to help the club.

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"The embarrassing collapse in the security of one of the big clubs is far more serious than people initially thought," the club said. His".



It is not clear who the hackers are or how much money they are demanding, but the National Cyber ​​Center in England claims that last year a Premier League club was extorted for £ 5 million, and that the biggest loss to a cybercrime sports club is £ 4 million.

United could also face a hefty fine if the data on its fans is exposed.



The team clarified that the affair does not harm the players' professional preparations for their upcoming games at all.

The team's next home game will be on Wednesday against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.

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