Ransomware Hackers Leak Schematics for New MacBook Pro…
The ransomware hacking group REvil has leaked schematics for
the new iMac and the unreleased MacBook Pro. The schematics
were obtained from Apple manufacturer Quanta.
Quanta has apparently refused to pay the ransom demanded by REvil.
In order not to wait for the upcoming Apple presentations, today we,
the REvil group, will provide data on the upcoming releases of the
company so beloved by many. Tim Cook can say thank you Quanta.
From our side, a lot of time has been devoted to solving this problem.
Quanta has made it clear to us that it does not care about the data
of its customers and employees, thereby allowing the publication
and sale of all data we have.
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The hackers now say they will release confidential drawings and
data each day until a $50 million ransom is paid.
Our team is negotiating the sale of large quantities of confidential
drawings and gigabytes of personal data with several major brands.
We recommend that Apple buy back the available data by May 1.
More and more files will be added every day.
In January, Bloomberg revealed codenames J314 and J316 for the
upcoming 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro. Those codenames
have been confirmed by the leak.
Additionally, the schematics corroborate reports that the 16-inchMacBook Pro
will feature a MagSafe charging port, HDMI out, and an SD card slot.