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Port of Lisbon suffers cyber attack

Hackers at LockBit claim that they have taken down Port of Lisbon's website and have stolen files and data from the computer systems of the Portuguese port.

The cyber attack seems to have occurred on 25 December 2022 and the hackers threaten that they will publish all the data that they have gained access to if they will not receive US$1.5 million until 18 January.

Antonis Karamalegkos
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