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Hackers threaten to reveal personal data of 90,000 Canadians caught in bank hack

“Hackers have threatened to release personal information for nearly 100,000 customers of two Canadian banks unless the lenders pay a $1-million ransom for its safe return.

On Monday, Bank of Montreal and online bank Simplii Financial — owned by CIBC — revealed that they learned over the weekend that the identifying personal information of a combined 90,000 different account holders at the two banks was stolen.”

Source: Hackers threaten to reveal personal data of 90,000 Canadians caught in bank hack | CBC News

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