Ca: Whistler ransomware attack could affect thousands

Braden Dupuis reports:

A ransomware attack on the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) could have far-reaching consequences, according to a cyber security expert, but there’s no way of knowing for sure until a full forensic investigation is completed.

In a recent post to the dark web (a part of the internet not visible to search engines, and accessed through an anonymous browser called Tor), the cyber criminals claim to have accessed about 800 gigabytes of RMOW data.

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