A group of hackers threatens Donald Trump: $ 42 million or they will air their dirty laundry

A group of hackers threatens Donald Trump: $ 42 million or they will air their dirty laundry

Allen Grubman’s office is possibly the most important in terms of the media relevance of his client agenda. Last week his computer system was attacked by digital hackers who stole 756 gigs of confidential information. Those affected are Robert de Niro, LeBron James, Sofía Vergara, U2, Priyanka Chopra and Lady Gaga, among others. They asked for $ 21 million for not disclosing them. Now they have doubled the bet: 42 million in exchange for not revealing the secrets of Donald Trump.

They are serious

“A ton of dirty laundry” from the US president is what the hacker group called REvil threatens to disclose on the internet if it does not receive 42 million dollars this week

In recent days, new names have been leaked from a list of top-notch clients that we met at first: in addition to those mentioned above along with Elton John, Mariah Carey, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart, Lil Nas X, The Weeknd, Drake and Mike Tyson, we must add Bruce Springsteen and Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs, millionaire maximum shareholder of the vodka firm Ciroc. But the one who has involved a gasoline injection in the police investigations is an unsuspected one: Donald Trump.

They have shown evidence

For now, they have allowed leaking data related to Madonna and Lady Gaga but also e-mails with Trump as the protagonist of different contracts

“A ton of dirty clothes” from the US president is what the group of hackers called REvil and who has claimed responsibility for the robbery threatens to disclose on the internet if it does not receive 42 million dollars this week. For now, they have been allowed to filter data related to Madonna and Lady Gaga but also e-mails with Trump as the protagonist of different contracts. They are serious.

The Secret Service, which protects the president’s safety, has joined the FBI in efforts to trace the trail of REvil, the group of hackers who broke the encryption that protects the Grubman, Shire, Meiselas & Sacks law firm’s computer system.