Hacking group targets Iranian hospital systems, demands $200,000 payment

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Published: 2023-11-27 13:11

Last Updated: 2024-02-29 22:11


Hacking group targets Iranian hospital systems, demands $200,000 payment
Hacking group targets Iranian hospital systems, demands $200,000 payment

A pro-Israeli Occupation hacking group named "Red Evil" claimed to have launched an attack on hospital systems in Iran, as reported by the Hebrew newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth.

The group claimed to have successfully compromised the internal systems, encryption, and backup copies of the targeted hospital.

The newspaper disclosed that the hackers demanded a payment of $200,000 within a 48-hour timeframe.

This incident occurred concurrently with statements from Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanaani, indicating Tehran's ongoing diplomatic efforts to halt the conflict in Gaza and end the hostilities.

In the context of resistance against the Israeli Occupation in Gaza, Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi expressed that public opinion in Islamic nations calls for tangible actions to achieve a ceasefire and lift the siege on Gaza, according to the Iranian News Agency.

Meanwhile, the Israeli Occupation's aggression against the Gaza Strip has reached its 52nd day, approaching the conclusion of a temporary humanitarian truce. International endeavors persist to extend the truce, set to expire today, Monday.