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Alleged Equifax hackers demand $2.6 million Bitcoin ransom — or else...

By now you know that credit reporting agency Equifax was hacked, and with it, potentially 143 million Americans social security numbers, birth dates, and then some. Unless, according to the criminals who supposedly hacked them, Equifax pays up.  SEE ALSO: How to tell if you're one of the 143 million Americans affected by the Equifax hack That's according to an onion site, whose authors insist that if Equifax forks over 600 Bitcoin — approximately $2.
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