Media Prima hit by ransomware, hackers demand RM26mil in bitcoins, says report


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 13 Nov 2018

PETALING JAYA: Media Prima Berhad's computer systems have been locked out by cyber attackers who are demanding millions of ringgit in ransom.

The media company, which runs a stable of TV/radio channels, newspapers, advertising and digital media companies was hit by a ransomware attack last Thursday (Nov 8), The Edge Financial Daily reported.

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