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Conti Ransomware Group’s $20 Million Threat to Costa Rican Government

In a threatening move, the notorious ransomware group Conti has demanded a $20 million ransom from the Costa Rican government, warning that it will release data it has hijacked if the demand is not met. The group has already begun leaking a portion of the data, comprising…

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