According to the waste municipality, this relates to old and public documents that were copied. Several 10-year-old files containing limited personal data, including National Register numbers, are also believed to have been stolen. According to Limburg.net, no email addresses, phone numbers, bank card numbers or account numbers were copied among the copied data.
It seems so according VRT NWS Not entirely true: In addition to the National Register numbers, other personal data may also have been stolen. This will include data on living wages, debt mediations and inheritance documents from courts in which people are named. People can certainly have problems with that data if it falls into the wrong hands. Cybercriminals from the Medusa Ransomware Group are also said to have demanded a ransom of $100,000 from Limburg.net.
In response, Limburg.net announced on Monday evening that its data specialists had received the information from VRT NWS They investigate. “This is information that Limburg.net did not have access to last Friday, when it spoke openly and transparently about criminal extortion, and is now being carefully analyzed,” said Limburg.net, which also announced that it had contacted everyone. Sensitive and personal data has been compromised and you will be informed transparently in the manner prescribed by law.
The Regional Computer Crimes Unit of the Limburg Public Prosecutor's Office is investigating the case after a complaint was filed on December 15. For offshore hacking, hackers risk a prison sentence of up to five years.
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