Hacker's "Dark Dominion" group has threatened to roll out thousands of "secret" documents stolen from insurers and government agencies that they claim to reveal the truth for 9/11 – unless they are paid.
The Dark Domain, a "Professional group for threatening threat" known for hackers at Netflix, plastic surgery clinics and other sensitive targets, have posted a link to an encrypted 10 GB file of documents related to court case 9/11, promising to release encryption keys if their requirements are not met in a post Pastebin on Monday.
The group claims that the documents tell the story of what actually happened on one of the most notorious dates in recent history, the tweeting "We will provide a lot of responses to the 9.11 conspiracy through our 18,000 secret documents. "They reported"teaser"It consists of letters, emails and various documents mentioned by law firms, the Traffic Safety Directorate and the Federal Aviation Administration, with a promise to come more.
It's not just a court procedure for insurance that we have, it's CONFIDENTIAL, CLASSIFIED and SECRET documents from FAA, FBI, TSA, USDOJ and others. pic.twitter.com/7LaC8TaNAQ
– thedarkoverlord (@ tdo_h4ck3rs) January 1, 2019
They claim they hacked documents not only from major world insurance companies such as Lloyd of London and Hishkox but also from Silverstein Property, which owned the World Trade Center complex and various government agencies. The material, which allegedly includes confidential government documents that were to be destroyed, but instead retained by law firms, reportedly reveals "the truth about one of the most recognizable incidents in recent history, and one that is shrouded in a mystery with little transparency and not very responsive. "
Anyone who worries that he can be named in the documents can name their names – for compensation, according to the announcement. "Terrorist Organizations" and "Competing national states of the United States" are also offered first dibs of information – if they pay. Otherwise, hackers write, insurers can pay unspecified redemption from the battle – or "They'll bury you with this."
Some of the documents were arrested in the April hacker of an Associate Associate Associated with Huskoks, for which the firm admits it could expose 1,500 US commercial insurers. The dark ruler claims that although their redemption was paid in respect of the previous breakthrough, their victim violated "contract"Cooperating with law enforcement, which requires further extortion.
The group appeared in 2016 with hacks in medical centers, advertising sensitive data on the sale of the dark grid, in order to force the victims to pay for its removal. They brutally leaked Netflix's Orange Network all of a sudden, last year was the New Black, to prove to that company that it meant business and stole data from more than 50 companies, according to the deputy deputy.