Black Shadow, the group of hackers who claimed responsibility for breaching the Israeli Shirbit insurance company, on Wednesday demanded a Bitcoin payment in exchange for not releasing more of the data at its disposal.
In an announcement on Telegram, the group wrote, “You have 24 hours to send 50 BTC to our wallet and we will not disclosure [sic] your data and also we will not sell to anybody. If you will not pay after 24 hours the price will change to 100 BTC. In third day you will have to pay 200 BTC. After that we will sell the data to others.”