An Iranian-based hacking group published sensitive and personal health information of more than 290,000 Israeli medical patients and members of an LGBTQ+ website, Infosecurity Magazine reports. The group targeted host program CyberServe and released the data Nov. 2, demanding a ransom of $1 million that the company refused. Israel's National Cyber Directorate had previously warned CyberServe on multiple occasions its systems were not secure. Data compromised included an LGBTQ+ dating site's entire database and medical records of Machon Mor patients.
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